I have 10 columns, with several hundred rows of data. The last six columns are employee hours (by week). Each week I add an additional column (after one year I will have 52). I have an average column, but I always have to go in and re-do the formula to reflect the most recent six weeks. Is there a way I can set up a formula so the average column always reflects the average of the most recent six weeks?
I'm thinking offset.
I have a sheet that has the months along the top and the values in rows. Every month, I need to calculate an average of the past two months. Every month I am also inserting a new month column so I always have to update my average. I think OFFSET can help but I'm not really understanding it.
My Average cells are always 2 columns from the first value to average and 3 away from the other. The rows don't matter I don't think. I just drag the formula down to average each row independently.
Any help appreciated. Extra info about how the function works in the formula you provide would be well loved!
with a formula that would OFFSET an Average formula.
A4: 4 B4:=AVERAGE(A1:A4)
A5: 5 B5:=AVERAGE(A1:A4 & A6) Skip A:5-This is where the OFFSET would be added.
A6: 6 B6:=AVERAGE(A1:A5 & A7) Skip A:6-This is where the OFFSET would be added.
A7: 7 B7:=AVERAGE(A1:A6 & A8) Skip A:7-This is where the OFFSET would be added.
I want to calculate the average scores for a group of students based on gender. However the array of values I feed into the AVERAGE() function needs to be defined with OFFSET.
Here's what I have:
Column F holds the gender flag and column DA the scores.
Excel users and Experts,
I'm trying to lookup a value in a list, and average the four values 1 column to the right and -4 rows high. This formula does that.
The F9 is a cell in the list column and I want to replace F9 with a vlookup or a lookup or a match where the lookup or match reference is supplied by a dropdown in B2.
These do not work and error out. Tried index & match but also failed miserably . A Google search danced all around what I need.
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