Introduction To Array Formulas and Array Functions 
Introduction To Array Formulas and Array Functions
by Highline
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Date Added: March 14, 2015

Lecture Description

Download workbook: people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/214_2013/214/Busn214_2013.htm

Topics in this video:
1. Essential definition of array formula: operation on an array of items rather than single items. (00:30 min)
2. Example of operation on single items: subtracting 2 cells (00:52 min)
3. Example of operation on an array of items: Subtracting 2 ranges of cells (arrays) inside SUMPRODUCT function to calculate total profit (02:08 min)
4. SUM function number1 argument is not automatically programmed to handle array operations (we get a #VALUE! error) (03:14 min)
5. SUMPRODUCT array argument is programmed to handle array operations. SUMPRODUCT can add the resultant array that is produced from the subtraction array operation. Add the individual profit numbers. (03:38 min)
6. Example of operation on single items: 1 criteria entered into the criteria1 argument of the SUMIFS function (04:44 min)
7. Example of operation on an array of items: 2 criteria entered into the criteria1 argument of the SUMIFS function (function argument array operation) (05:19 min)
8. SUMPRODUCT array argument is programmed to handle array operations. SUMPRODUCT can add the resultant array that is produced from the SUMIFS function. Add the individual totals for each team member. (06:35 min)
9. Single cell SUMPRODUCT array formula to add the total Gross Profit (06:55 min)
10. What the array operation looks like (07:40 min)
11. Formula Evaluator to see how the array operation works (08:00 min)
12. Calculate max gross profit. MAX function with an array operation. (09:06 min)
13. Number 1 argument in MAX function will calculate array operation only if you use Ctrl + Shift + Enter (10:55 min)
14. Array Formula Curly Brackets (11:10 min)
15. No Ctrl + Shift + Enter = #VALUE! error (11:17 min)
16. AGGREGATE array argument is programmed to handle array operations. See how to use AGGREGATE for a MAX calculation (12:09 min)
17. AGGREGATE array argument is programmed to handle array operations. See how to use AGGREGATE for a MIN calculation (15:36 min)
18. How to think about filtering values in a formula (16:19 min)
19. MIN and IF functions together to make a conditional minimum calculation (17:38 min)
20. MAX and IF functions together to make a conditional minimum calculation (22:53 min)
21. Implicit Intersection causes incorrect answer, but not a #VALUE! error (23:43 min)
22. MODE.SNGL and IF functions together to make a conditional minimum calculation (24:47 min)
23. STDEV.S and IF functions together to make a conditional minimum calculation (25:36 min)
24. Array Functions (27:15 min)
25. TRANSPOSE Array Function (27:23 min)
26. FREQUENCY Array Function (29:09 min)
27. Summary (32:46 min)

Course Index

  1. Back To Basics: Number Format, Keyboards, PivotTables, Formulas
  2. Comprehensive Excel Formula Types & Elements Video 12 Examples
  3. How Formulas Calculate: Order of Precedence in Excel
  4. Percentage Increase or Decrease Formula
  5. Cell References: Relative, Absolute & Mixed (8 Examples)
  6. Scenarios To Save Sets Of Formula Inputs, Paste Special Trick
  7. Worksheet & Workbook References, 3-D Cell References
  8. Excel Table Formula Nomenclature / Structured References 22 Ex.
  9. Defined Names & Aggregate Functions
  10. AND & BETWEEN Criteria: SUMIFS, DSUM, COUNTIFS, AVERAGEIFS
  11. Calculations With OR Criteria: COUNTIFS, DCOUNTA, SUMIFS, DSUM
  12. AND & OR Criteria Calculations: D Functions like DSUM, DCOUNT
  13. AND & OR Criteria Calculations: Table Feature
  14. AND, OR, IF Functions For AR Dept (Multiple Logical Tests)
  15. IF & IS Functions To Deliver Numbers, Text, Formulas, Nested IFs
  16. Round Functions: ROUND, MROUND, ROUNDUP, CEILING, more...
  17. Introduction To SUMPRODUCT Function
  18. VLOOKUP Function 20 Examples, VLOOKUP Formula, Excel VLOOKUP
  19. Text Functions RIGHT, LEFT, MID, SEARCH for Partial Text VLOOKUP
  20. VLOOKUP, DGET & MATCH For Looking Up Records 7 Examples
  21. INDEX and MATCH Functions For Unusual Lookups 4 Examples
  22. CHOOSE function to lookup table for VLOOKUP With Multiple Tables
  23. VLOOKUP and IFNA for Commissions
  24. Getting Top 5 Values With LARGE And Bottom 5 With SMALL
  25. Goal Seek: Get Formula To Evaluate To Desired Result
  26. Excel Compare Two Lists Formula: Item In List? Item Not In List?
  27. How To Track Down Excel Formula Errors (16 Examples)
  28. Excel Data Validation: List, Date, Time, Custom (22 Examples)
  29. Flash Fill: Extract, Combine, Insert, Reverse Data (25 Example)
  30. Custom Number Formatting & Text Functions, (33 Examples)
  31. Date Functions: EDATE, EOMONTH, DATE, YEAR, MONTH, DAY, More
  32. Introduction To Array Formulas and Array Functions
  33. Sorting In Excel. Excel Sort (13 Examples)
  34. Excel Subtotals, Add Subtotals based on One or Two Columns
  35. Excel 2013 PivotTables: Basic To Advanced 58 Examples
  36. Excel Filter For Extracting Records with AND or OR Criteria
  37. Excel Advanced Filter Extract Data 26 Examples Basic - Advanced
  38. Excel Text To Columns To Split or Convert Data 7 Examples
  39. Excel Import Data: Text File, CSV File, Access, Excel File
  40. Conditional Formatting Basic To Advanced 50 Examples
  41. Review Of Chart Basics For Excel 2013
  42. Save Chart As Template in Excel 2013
  43. Set Default Chart in Excel 2013, Keyboard Shortcuts Charts
  44. Pie within Pie Chart in Excel 2013
  45. Combining Chart Types and Secondary Axis in Excel 2013
  46. Statistics: Histogram Formulas & Chart in Excel 2013
  47. Statistics: Dot Plot (Cell Chart)
  48. Conditional Formatting: Bar Chart with Data Labels
  49. Break Even Analysis Formulas & Chart, Plotting Break Even Point
  50. Recorded Macro Basics, including Absolute & Relative References

Course Description

This is the Highline Community College Class, Spreadsheet Construction taught by Michael Girvin: Basic To Advanced Excel. It contains 50 video lectures teaching the basics of Excel, as well as advanced concepts.

Be sure to download the workbook to follow along with the examples. They are found on the official course website.

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