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="Class: "&IF(rS2.ClassSel<11, rS2.ClassSel&" n = "&TEXT(rS2.Count_n,"#,##0"), n = "&TEXT(rS2.Count_n,"#,##0")) "All
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At first glance, the formula for putting together the chart heading appears to be rather confusing and unclear . However, this is merely due to the many spaces used to separate the two sections of text . The background for this structure is as follows: the chart heading is a text field linked with C4 whose link can reference to only one cell .
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C9 =IF(OR(rS2.ClassSel=$B9,rS2.ClassSel=11),$B9,0)
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Based on the setting for the SpinButton, either the reference value is read from the auxiliary column B or the value is zero . The value generated here is crucial for other formulas in the relevant row:
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D9 E9 F9 G9 =COUNTIF(rS2.StayLength,$C9) =SUMIF(rS2.StayLength,$C9,rS2.InfectionA) =SUMIF(rS2.StayLength,$C9,rS2.InfectionB) =SUMIF(rS2.StayLength,$C9,rS2.InfectionC)
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If C9 has the value zero, which is not a class characteristic, the results are also zero .
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Figure 11-9 Points are switched on and off in this way .
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The formulas in the range J9:L16 calculate the percentage values required in the chart . Experienced users of earlier versions of Excel may find the formula introduced in Figure 11-9
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J9 =IFERROR(IF(rS2.A_Sel=TRUE,E9/$D9%,#N/A),#N/A)
quite unusual and also redundant . However, I have used it because it enables me to present a new and very useful feature in Excel 2007:
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A formula that has been reduced to =IF(rS2.A_Sel=TRUE,E9/$D9%,#N/A) could deliver three results: 1. The result from E9/$D9% 2. The error value #DIV/0! if the value in E9 is zero (which can frequently be the case in this model) 3. The error value #N/A if the value in rS2.A_Sel is FALSE . However, you want only two options: either 1) the division result as a number, or 3) #N/A . Furthermore, if a division by zero produces the error value #DIV/0!, you also want the formula result to be #N/A . Therefore, it is necessary to buffer the error here . For this purpose, we now have the new function IFERROR. The function =IFERROR(value,value_if_error) uses value_if_error to produce a result that you have specified if the value argument (a formula used by you) produces an error . If your formula does not produce an error, the result of your formula is output . In other words,
The value argument represents a formula whose result is checked for an error . If there is no error, the formula result is shown . The following error types are evaluated: #N/A, #VALUE!, #REF!, #DIV/0!, #NUM!, #NAME or #NULL! .
value_if_error is a custom value that would be shown as the result if the value argument (the formula that has been checked) were to produce an
error . Let's take a look at a sample overview, with reference to Figure 11-10 .
Figure 11-10 How it would be, how it was, and how it is now
1. The result of a division by zero is shown as the error #DIV/0! . This error frequently appears in many models . If, for example, the model is a presentation model, the error must be buffered to suppress it .
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2. Previously, you could do this form of error buffering by executing the formula within an IF formula twice: if an error occurred during an initial check, it had to be buffered; if not, the formula was to execute . This may not seem to be a significant problem . However, if it had been necessary for you to use complex formulas, containing hundreds of characters, to buffer an error in this way, such formulas would have quickly become unclear and possibly rather tight . In such cases, the previous limit of 1,024 characters per formula was occasionally a very critical upper limit that forced you to find an alternative solution . It is good that you can now go wild and use up to 8,192 characters per formula, but you do not necessarily have to, at least not for error buffering . 3. The IFERROR function enables you to write the checking formula only once . In the second part, you define the value (or piece of information) that is to be displayed as the result if an error occurs . Note In Excel 2007, you can use up to 8,192 characters per formula and up to 32,767
characters for other text content . This should be more than adequate when you consider that one page in this book (with no illustrations) contains approximately 2,500 characters .
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