How to find the most frequent text with criteria in Excel?
This article will talk about how to find the most occurred text based on the specific criteria from a range of cells in Excel. At the same time, I will also introduce the formula for extracting the most frequently occurring text in a column.
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- Find the most frequent occurring text in a column with array formula
- Find the most frequent occurring text based on criteria with array formulas
- Find the most frequent occurring text between two given dates with array formula
If you just want to find and extract the most occurred text from a list of cells, please apple the below formula:
The generic formula syntax is:
- range: is the list of cells that you want to find the most frequent occurring text.
1. Enter or copy this formula into a blank cell where you want to output the result:
2. And then, press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys simultaneously, and you will get the correct result as below screenshot shown:
Sometimes, you may need to find the most frequent occurring text based on a specific condition, for example, you want to find the most occurred name which Project is Project A as below screenshot shown:
The generic formula syntax is:
- range1: is the range of cells that you want to find the most frequent occurring text.
- range2=criteria: is the range of cells contain the specific criteria that you want to find name based on.
1. Please enter or copy the below formula into a blank cell:
2. And then, press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys simultaneously, the most frequent occurring name of Project A has been extracted, see screenshot:
This section is going to talk about how to find the most common text which is between two given dates. For instance, to find the most frequent name based on the dates which is between 6/28/2019 and 7/5/2019, the following array formula may help you:
1. Please apply the below formula into a blank cell:
2. And then, press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys together, the most frequent occurring name between the specific two dates has been extracted, see screenshot:
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