I am trying to find a formula that can count % ranges in a column. See the attached graph
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The way I would do this is to set up a second, Metric sheet with crosssheet formulas.
One column would identify the range you're looking for (e.g. "0  20%" in one cell, "21  40%" in the next cell).
Then you can use a COUNTIFS statement in a second column to look into your source sheet for your ranges, like so:
=COUNTIFS({Percent Column}, <= 0.2)
Then for the next range:
=COUNTIFS({Percent Column}, > 0.2, {Percent Column}, <= 0.4)
And the next...
=COUNTIFS({Percent Column}, > 0.4, {Percent Column}, <= 0.6)
And so on!
Then you can use this Metric sheet as the source for your Chart. Here's more information:
COUNTIFS Function / Create cross sheet references to work with data in another sheet
Cheers,
Genevieve
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Answers

The way I would do this is to set up a second, Metric sheet with crosssheet formulas.
One column would identify the range you're looking for (e.g. "0  20%" in one cell, "21  40%" in the next cell).
Then you can use a COUNTIFS statement in a second column to look into your source sheet for your ranges, like so:
=COUNTIFS({Percent Column}, <= 0.2)
Then for the next range:
=COUNTIFS({Percent Column}, > 0.2, {Percent Column}, <= 0.4)
And the next...
=COUNTIFS({Percent Column}, > 0.4, {Percent Column}, <= 0.6)
And so on!
Then you can use this Metric sheet as the source for your Chart. Here's more information:
COUNTIFS Function / Create cross sheet references to work with data in another sheet
Cheers,
Genevieve
Join us at Smartsheet ENGAGE 2024 🎉
October 8  10, Seattle, WA  Register now 
Thank you !! This was exactly what I needed.
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