Top 10 lists in Excel

When analyzing large amounts of data in Excel, the best approach often is to retrieve top (10) values. Consider the following example: Here, we have a table with the invoices from the 29th of January. There are 904 invoices for that day. Values in the invoice column are unique as those are invoice numbers. Values in the user column are not unique, as some users have multiple invoices on that day, and values in the team column are not unique

Conditional calculations

IF functions for cell ranges In our previous section we’ve primarily dealt with testing conditions inside of a row, i.e. one or more cells in that row, and returning some kind of a result based on conditions in that row. While that is useful when we want to add something new to our rows, we will often have to deal with retrieving data based on criteria from whole ranges of cells, sometimes containing thousands of rows and columns. IF function