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    Application of a criterion to retrieve data

    Hi all,

    I'm a bit defeated over this one.

    I'm trying to retrieve data in the 'Data' sheet from the relevant station columns C to L and enter them into the columns M to V for the relevant date-time (which are sequential) per station that have the following criterion: the relevant station from columns Z to AI in the 'Criteria' sheet for the respective year/quarter is a "Yes".

    I thought index and match functions would work but I'm at a loss.

    The attached is a considerably reduced version.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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    Re: Application of a criterion to retrieve data

    Where will find the manual mock-up (result values) that you are expecting to retrieve? Formulae that aren't working aren't much use to us.
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    Re: Application of a criterion to retrieve data

    Hmm, the mock-up result values would be the same as the results in columns C to L in the "Data" sheet with the difference being only data with a corresponding "Yes" in columns Z to AI of the "Criteria" sheet per monitoring station would be shown.

    The formula that I'm working with is (with ctrl+shift+enter):

    =IF(INDEX(Criteria!$A$7:$AI$42,MATCH(1,(YEAR(Criteria!$A$7:$A$42)=YEAR(Data!$A3))*(Criteria!$B$7:$B$42=Data!$B3),0),26)="Yes",C3,"")

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    Re: Application of a criterion to retrieve data

    Figure it out.
    Simplified the year and quarter into one column rather than two for the index match:

    =IF(INDEX(Criteria!AB$4:AB$155,MATCH(Data!$C4,Criteria!$C$4:$C$155,0))="Yes",Data!D4,"")

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