Home

Counting the number of rows by text value

Jenny-Amari
Occasional Visitor

I have a file with case numbers and case types in a given month.  I want to know which case type is the most common.  How can I get a count of the number of rows in each case type?

3 Replies
If case types are in Column C, the formula in D2 is:
=COUNTIF(C:C,C2)
Instead of C:C, you should instead use a dynamic range named CaseTypes, with this formula:
=INDEX($C$2:INDEX($C:$C,COUNTA($C:$C))
Thereafter, your formula in D2 should look like this:
=COUNTIF(CaseTypes,C2)

hello 

Shared two images hope you find the solutionsolution1.PNGSolution2.PNG@Jenny-Amari

@Jenny-Amari 

A different mindset, stemming mainly from personal prejudices! To avoid the need for helper cells, I introduced names and loaded the array formula

= COUNTIF( CaseType, CaseType )

into the 'Refers to' box for the named formula 'occurrences'.  The innovatively-named cell value 'maxOccurrences' is then given by the worksheet formula

= MAX( occurrences )

Knowing the number of occurrences I am looking for, the case type is given by

= LOOKUP( 2, 1/(occurrences=maxOccurrences), caseType )

@Gaurav_Jalan 

Thanks for the borrowed problem layout!

 

Most frequently occurring name.JPG

Related Conversations
Tabs and Dark Mode
cjc2112 in Discussions on
46 Replies
Extentions Synchronization
Deleted in Discussions on
3 Replies
Stable version of Edge insider browser
HotCakeX in Discussions on
35 Replies
flashing a white screen while open new tab
Deleted in Discussions on
14 Replies
How to Prevent Teams from Auto-Launch
chenrylee in Microsoft Teams on
29 Replies
Security Community Webinars
Valon_Kolica in Security, Privacy & Compliance on
13 Replies