- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoDo you mean to median the visible values? If so, try this formula =AGGREGATE(12,1,range)
How to quickly average visible/filtered cells only in Excel?
Supposing you have a range of filtered data as below screenshot shown, and you just want to calculate the average of the visible data only. In Excel, if you use the common Average function, it will calculate the average on all the data including visible data and hidden data, but here I introduce some methods which can quickly average visible or filtered cells only in Excel for you.
Sum/Average/Count visible cells/Filtered only in Excel
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Here, I introduce a User Defined Function for you to average visible cells only.
1. Press Alt + F11 keys to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.
2. And click Insert > Module, then paste below VBA code to the new Module window.
VBA: Average visible/filtered cells only.
Function AverVisible(Rg As Range) 'UpdateByKutoolsforExcel20151208 Dim xCell As Range Dim xCount As Integer Dim xTtl As Double Application.Volatile Set Rg = Intersect(Rg.Parent.UsedRange, Rg) For Each xCell In Rg If xCell.ColumnWidth > 0 _ And xCell.RowHeight > 0 _ And Not IsEmpty(xCell) _ And IsNumeric(xCell.Value) Then xTtl = xTtl + xCell.Value xCount = xCount + 1 End If Next If xCount > 0 Then AverVisible = xTtl / xCount Else AverVisible = 0 End If End Function
3. And save the code and close the Module window, and select a blank cell which out put the calculate result, type this formula =AverVisible(B3:B19), and press Enter key to get the correct result. See screenshots:
Tip: In the formula, B3:B19 is the filtered cells you want to calculate the average value, you can change it to your need.
With above User Defined Function, you may need to remember the code which is a little inconvenient for you. However, if you have installed Kutools for Excel – a handy tool with 120 useful functions, you can use its AVERAFEVISIBLE function to quickly and easily calculate the average in visible cells only.
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After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:
1. Select a cell which will put the average result in, and click Kutools > Kutools Functions > Statistical & Math > AVERAGEVISIBLE. See screenshot:
2. And then select the data range you want to calculate into Reference textbox in the Function Arguments dialog, then you can see the average result has been shown in the dialog. See screenshot:
3. Click OK, and the result is putted in the selected cell.
In Kutools’ Functions group, you also can count or sum visible cells only, and sum or count cells based on one color and so on.
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoHow can i do it for the Median