How to average right result with missing values in Excel?
In some cases, if there are some missing values with errors in a range, the result will be error as well while using the general Average function as below screenshot shown in Excel. Here, I introduce the formulas that can ignore the missing values and average the right results in Excel.
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To average the right answer with missing values, you can use below formulas.
Select the cell you will place the result, and type this formula =AGGREGATE(1,6,A2:C2), press Shift + Ctrl + Enter keys.
Also you can use this formula =AVERAGE(IF(ISNUMBER(A2:C2),(A2:C2))), hold Shift key and press Ctrl + Enter keys.
If you need, drag fill handle down to fill cells with the formulas.