If you want to find the sum of values based on a condition, you most probably are aware of the SUMIF and the SUMIFS function in Google Sheets. The problem with the SUMIF function is
Calculating the average is a common task for people working with data in Google Sheets. And when quantities in a dataset don’t carry the same amount of importance, finding simple arithmetic mean doesn’t really suffice.
Google sheets provide a suite of functions called the “IS” functions. These functions are not commonly used purely on their own but are heavily used by Google Sheets experts in combination with many other functions.
When working with money-related data in your spreadsheets, there may come a time where you need to convert between currencies. Of course, it is always possible to Google the conversion rates and then enter them
A sequence of numbers is said to be statistically random when it does not contain any recognizable patterns. In statistics, randomness can be quite crucial. For example, one often needs to use random numbers when
When you have to refer to data from multiple sheets or tables, physically looking them up can be painstaking. Google Sheets helps overcome this problem with its VLOOKUP function. Using the VLOOKUP, or Vertical Lookup
REGEXMATCH function is one of the most underrated functions of Google Sheets. Most users often choose not to use it as they think it’s probably going to be too complex. The presence of regular expressions
There is a myriad of functions in Google Sheets, most of which are quite straightforward to understand. The INDIRECT function, however, is one of those Google Sheets functions that may not be that easy to
Summing up a range of numbers may be quite easy for even a beginner to Google Sheets. However, when it comes to summing up numbers based on a condition, that’s when things start to get