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    SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Hi all,

    I'm trying to sum specific columns of table based on the values of 2 other cells.

    This is basically what I'm trying to accomplish:

    IF($D$1="LOW"), =SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICELOW])
    IF($D$1="MEDIUM"), =SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICEMED])
    IF($D$1="HIGH"), =SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICEHIGH])

    Is there a way to put this all into one formula?

    Thanks!

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    I can't tell what you are trying to accomplish but usually you write a sumif to handle the if then sum. So like =SUMIF(DATA[BR],"LOW",[RANGE TO SUM]) or =SUMIF(DATA[BR],$D$1,[RANGE TO SUM])
    and the last one will allow you to use D1 as what you need in one formula.
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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Dunno if this will work, try it
    Assuming D1 can only be LOW MEDIUM or HIGH and nothing else

    =SUMIF(DATA([BR],L19,DATA[INDIRECT("PRICE"&$D$1])
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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Try

    =IF($D$1="LOW",SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICELOW]),IF($D$1="MEDIUM",SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICEMED]),SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICEHIGH])))

    assumes only these 3 conditions
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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    I have a combo box with "LOW","MEDIUM", AND "HIGH" which feeds to cell $D$1. I have a separate tab that houses my data. If $D$1 says "LOW", I want excel to lookup the BR column on my table, find the BR criteria (see below), and provide a SUM of the PRICELOW column for that specific unit type

    Unit Type
    1BR
    2BR
    3BR
    4BR
    5BR
    7BR

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    That worked perfect John. THANKS!

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    my next question would be is how do write a MIN and MAX formula for the Price column that is linked to "LOW,"MEDIUM","HIGH" columns?

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    No problem: thanks for the feedback.

    If your query has been answered, could you mark thread as SOLVED ("Thread Tools" at top of first post).

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Jumped the gun! Not sure what you mean by MIN/MAX related to the columns.

    =MAX(Data[PRICELOW]) ?

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Looking for the lowest/highest price in the PRICELOW column if $D$1="LOW", Looking for the lowest/highest price in the PRICEMED column if $D$1="MEDIUM",Looking for the lowest/highest price in the PRICEHIGH column if $D$1="HIGH"

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Sorry, and for the specific BR Type as well

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Something like ..??

    =IF($D$1="LOW",MIN(DATA[PRICELOW]),IF($D$1="MEDIUM",MIN(DATA[PRICEMED]),MIN(DATA[PRICEHIGH])))

    Replace MIN with MAX

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    I also meant to add in the additional criteria as well.
    Basically looking for the MIN/MAX of this sum formula you gave me

    =IF($D$1="LOW",SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICELOW]),IF($D$1="MEDIUM",SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICEMED]),SUMIF(DATA[BR],L19,DATA[PRICEHIGH])))

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    You will need to use INDEX to identify the column of data

    Could you post a sample showing expected results as it easier to work with some data.

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    I'm able to use this formula to look up the size of the unit because that is not effected by the Low,Med,High criteria
    =MIN(IF(DATA[BR]=F98,DATA[SF]))
    So I need to add that additional criteria in




    Price Range SF Range $PSF Range
    $0 $0 450 956 $0 $0
    $0 $0 1,422 2,170 $0 $0
    $0 $0 1,857 2,466 $0 $0
    $0 $0 2,193 3,901 $0 $0
    $0 $0 2,534 4,479 $0 $0
    $0 $0 4,463 5,087 $0 $0

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    If there are other criteria, try

    =MIN(IF((DATA[BR]=F98)*(criteria2 ),DATA[SF]))

    the "*" acts as an "AND" condition i.e. both are true

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    =MIN(IF(DATA[BR]=F98,IF(criteria2,DATA[SF]),""),"")

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    cant get to work

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Please post a sample file: without seeing the data we are working in the dark.

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    Formula used

    =MIN(IF(DATA!$D$2:$D$89=STACK!$D4,INDEX(DATA!$A$2:$S$89,,MATCH("PRICE"&A$1,DATA!$A$1:$S$1,0))))

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    works perfect, Thanks!

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    Re: SUMIF based on the multiple criteria

    If all questions have been addressed, could you please mark thread as SOLVED ("Thread Tools" at top of first post).

    Thank you.

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