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如何计算Google表格中某列的出现次数?

假设您在Google表格的A列中有一个名称列表,现在,您想要计算每个唯一名称出现的次数,如下所示。 在本教程中,我将在Google表格中讨论解决此工作的一些公式。

使用辅助公式计算Google工作表中某列中的出现次数

用公式计算Google工作表中某列中的出现次数


使用辅助公式计算Google工作表中某列中的出现次数

在这种方法中,您可以首先从列中提取所有唯一名称,然后根据唯一值对出现次数进行计数。

1。 请输入以下公式: =唯一(A2:A16) 放入要提取唯一名称的空白单元格,然后按 输入 键,所有唯一值都已列出,如以下屏幕截图所示:

备注:在上式中 A2:A16 是您要计数的列数据。

2。 然后继续输入以下公式: = COUNTIF(A2:A16,C2) 在第一个公式单元格旁边,按 输入 键以获取第一个结果,然后将填充手柄向下拖动到要计算唯一值出现次数的单元格,请参见屏幕截图:

备注:在上式中 A2:A16 是您要从中计算唯一名称的列数据,并且 C2 是您提取的第一个唯一值。


用公式计算Google工作表中某列中的出现次数

您还可以应用以下公式来获取结果。 请这样做:

请输入以下公式: = ArrayFormula(QUERY(A1:A16&{“”,“”},“选择Col1,count(Col2)其中Col1!=”按Col1标签count(Col2)'Count'”,1)分组) 放入要放入结果的空白单元格,然后按 输入 键,并立即显示计算结果,请参见屏幕截图:

备注:在上式中 A1:A16 是数据范围,其中包括要计数的列标题。


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可以限制规定内容出现的频次吗
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Thanks!!! how do I count multiple columns?Ie column A, B,C,D all have names that needs to be counted
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Thank you for this! Been trying to figure it out for hours!
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Hi, I am trying to filter out some data from a sheet that is regularly updated. To simplify keeping track of the data I have a reporting section on the google sheet.The problem is that the data isn't organized in the most ideal way.

There are 2 columns that I want to use specific data from to create a filter, then with the leftover names I want to know how many unique names there are


Column 1 - Filter with A for one report field, B for the other report field (I will manually change this in the formula)

Column 2 - There are 9 Text entries possible. I want to only include 3 of them as a Filter

Column 3 - There are a couple of thousand entries(names), many are the same in multiple rows. With the data filtered using Column 1, and Column 2, I want to get a number for how many unique names are left after the data has been filtered.


I am not used to having this many things I am trying to filter the data from so any help would be hugely appreciated.


Have an excellent day
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I have a google sheet with a lot of information but I am looking to filter it down into a report.

Column1 - Options are A, B (The is the first data to sort)
Column 2 - has 3 of the text string that I want my sum to include, but I want to leave out the others 5.
Column 3 - Names that I want to know how many unique names there are

What I am looking to figure out is the following

Option A, the sum to only include 3 text string that appears multiple times in a 2nd column, The total being how many unique names there are in Column 3

Hoping someone can help as this is a bit over my experience level
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My count isn't grouping the names together.
i.e.
Column B says
Independence
Walnut St.
Parkway
Walnut St.
and instead of my " count " column saying Walnut St. 2 it says
Walnut St. 1
Walnut St. 1

How can I fix this ?
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This is partly what I'm looking for.
Now my next issue is, how can I sort these so that I get them in desending order?
So it should be looking like this:
James 4
Nicol 3
Ruby 3
Lucy 2
Tom 2
John 1

Hope you can help with that as well
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Hi,
If you want to sort the results in descending order, you just need to sort the data by the formula result column after getting the result.
Hope it can help you!
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Whenever I try to sort, I get an error, is there a way I can fix that? I have the $A$1:$A$7, B1 as my formula - is there something in my formula I should edit?
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VERY useful - thank you so much!
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Thanks! Super useful!
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When you drag the handle down to apply it to the rest of the values, it increments the search radius by 1. So if youre searching =COUNTIF(A1:A10,C1), when you drag the handle down, the second value will be =COUNTIF(A2:A11,C2).
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This is SOOO helpful! This skips an entire step
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You fix it this way
=COUNTIF($A$2:$A$11,C2)
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