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# Formula to check equal or greater than 2 among results

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# Formula to check equal or greater than 2 among results

Good morning,

I have to do a very speciffic query where I have some columns with different data and I was wondering if I could create a formula in order to do it automatically.

The thing is that I need to know if any of the columns value is the double (or more than the double) higher than the second highest value between these columns. And to obtain as an answer the lablel of the column that has this satisfactory value.

For example, imagine we have:

Language    SVO   SOV   VSO  VOS  OSV  OVS
Akkadian     6         29      0       0      6       0

In this case, the value in the SOV column is the double or more higher than the second highest value (SVO or OSV), so the answer would be: SOV.

If there is no column with this double value, the result would be: no dominant order.

Is that technically possible? I know it's very speciffic and I can't reach a formula that fits these requierements.

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best response confirmed by ToniBrosa (Copper Contributor)
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# Re: Formula to check equal or greater than 2 among results

``=IF(LARGE(B2:G2,1)>=LARGE(B2:G2,2)*2,INDEX(\$B\$1:\$G\$1,MATCH(LARGE(B2:G2,1),B2:G2,0)),"no dominant order")``

Does this return the expected result?

# Re: Formula to check equal or greater than 2 among results

@OliverScheurichamazing!!!!!

I was having problems because it's quite a complex query (it seems for you it wasn't).

Thank you so much. I've done a short test and it seems that works perfectly.

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best response confirmed by ToniBrosa (Copper Contributor)
Solution

# Re: Formula to check equal or greater than 2 among results

``=IF(LARGE(B2:G2,1)>=LARGE(B2:G2,2)*2,INDEX(\$B\$1:\$G\$1,MATCH(LARGE(B2:G2,1),B2:G2,0)),"no dominant order")``

Does this return the expected result?