# Multiple Date Ranges Averae

1. ## Multiple Date Ranges Averae

Hi All - Hoping someone can help

I have a large amount of date formula's and I am trying to get the average journey step delay between 1 - 2, 2 - 3, 3 - 4 and so on.

I have the below to be used for the equation;

Timestamp and journey point (please see attached)

I have been playing around with IF formula, average if and min max, but i haven't managed a clear workout. What i have attached is on one example of a journey, but i have manage journeys included in my sheet, over 100. is anyone able to provide insight?

Thanks!

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2. ## Re: Multiple Date Ranges Averae

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3. ## Re: Multiple Date Ranges Average

For those keen excel users I have attached a sample of the data for you to play around with.

Essentially I need the 1st journey step combine and a day duration spat out, then the difference between all the 2 and the 3rd journey time durations etc in order to understand the average duration within each step.

Thanks, let me know if you need to know anything else.

4. ## Re: Multiple Date Ranges Averae

You provided no manually calculated results and your explanation is a bit vague.

Do you want the average of the timepoint 2 minus time point 1s... followed by the average of timepoint 3 minus time point 2s? If not EXACTLY what do you want??

5. ## Re: Multiple Date Ranges Average

Looking at your data : first two rows (4,5) have 8 day difference, rows 5,6 have nearly a month difference: row 8 timestamp is later than row 9.

And how many touchpoint combinations are there.

Very confusing (to me).

6. ## Re: Multiple Date Ranges Averae

Hey Glenn, that is exactly what I mean - I have been trying a few different ways but have looked at it for so long that I am muddle now.

I was looking at averageifs, but ideally i want to get it to a day format, from those calculations I don't seem to be able to get it to work through that.

I was hoping to have an equation to look at each of it's own unique journey ID's and to work out the day difference between those before averaging all the (for example) unique journeys 1 + 2 day calculations workings, but I have not managed to think of how to do that.

Does that make sense? Sorry it was vague, I have been looking at it for a while now.

7. ## Re: Multiple Date Ranges Average

Hey John,

Tell me about it - i have been staring at it for days - it would be a good way for me to display data, but I am not sure if it will get into the format I need it in.

So essentially all the unique journeys will have there own touchpoints and date delay between each of those, and then I would like to average it against all the other journeys and there 1 - 12 journeys in order to find the average it takes for users to get to the desired action.

I am just not sure I can work with all the different unique journeys.

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