I have 3 columns of experimental data (C:E). Row 30 contains the sums (C30:E30). I need a formula that will examine the three sums and return the column number that has the lowest sum. If more than one column is lowest, select one randomly. Example: C30 D30 E30 Result 10 11 12 1 (C) 22 20 21 2 (D) 32 31 30 3 (E) 40 41 40 Randomly select 1 or 3 51 50 50 Randomly select 2 or 3 60 60 60 Randonly select 1, 2, or 3 Can this be done with IF statements or do I need to write a macro?

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12/18/2009 4:49:00 PM

Well, this is a bit cumbersome, but it seems to do the job: =3DCHAR(IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=3D1,MATCH(MIN (C30:E30),C30:E30,0),IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=3D3,INT(RAND() *3)+1,--MID(SUBSTITUTE("123",MATCH(MAX(C30:E30),C30:E30,0),""),INT(RAND ()*2)+1,1)))+66) It returns the column letter chosen according to your rules. Hope this helps. Pete On Dec 18, 4:49=A0pm, Prof Wonmug <won...@e.mcc> wrote: > I have 3 columns of experimental data (C:E). > > Row 30 contains the sums (C30:E30). > > I need a formula that will examine the three sums and return the > column number that has the lowest sum. If more than one column is > lowest, select one randomly. > > Example: > > =A0 C30 =A0D30 =A0E30 =A0Result > =A0 =A010 =A0 11 =A0 12 =A01 (C) > =A0 =A022 =A0 20 =A0 21 =A02 (D) > =A0 =A032 =A0 31 =A0 30 =A03 (E) > =A0 =A040 =A0 41 =A0 40 =A0Randomly select 1 or 3 > =A0 =A051 =A0 50 =A0 50 =A0Randomly select 2 or 3 > =A0 =A060 =A0 60 =A0 60 =A0Randonly select 1, 2, or 3 > > Can this be done with IF statements or do I need to write a macro?

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12/18/2009 5:24:18 PM

On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 09:24:18 -0800 (PST), Pete_UK <pashurst@auditel.net> wrote: >Well, this is a bit cumbersome, but it seems to do the job: > >=CHAR(IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=1,MATCH(MIN >(C30:E30),C30:E30,0),IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=3,INT(RAND() >*3)+1,--MID(SUBSTITUTE("123",MATCH(MAX(C30:E30),C30:E30,0),""),INT(RAND >()*2)+1,1)))+66) Amazing. It works. I already have a headache trying to decode it. I moved my data so the three values are now in M30:O30. I first just changed C30:E30 to M30:O30. That worked but returned C/D/E. Then I realized that the "66" is the ASCII code for "B" (the letter just before "C". When I changed that to 76, it worked: =CHAR(IF(COUNTIF(M36:O36,MIN(M36:O36))=1,MATCH(MIN (M36:O36),M36:O36,0),IF(COUNTIF(M36:O36,MIN(M36:O36))=3,INT(RAND() *3)+1,--MID(SUBSTITUTE("123",MATCH(MAX(M36:O36),M36:O36,0),""),INT(RAND ()*2)+1,1)))+76) After my headache goes away, I think I try to figure out enough of what it is doing so that I can have it return an index (1/2/3). Then, I'll write a macro, which is what I should have done in the first place. I owe you a beer for clever coding. Have you ever heard of an old IBM programming language called APL? Hard core APL programmers used to have contests for one-line code solutions. The more obscure the better. One guy actually wrote a 1-line program to convert Arabic numbers to Roman numerals! You would have been a great APL programmer. ;-) >It returns the column letter chosen according to your rules. > >Hope this helps. > >Pete > >On Dec 18, 4:49�pm, Prof Wonmug <won...@e.mcc> wrote: >> I have 3 columns of experimental data (C:E). >> >> Row 30 contains the sums (C30:E30). >> >> I need a formula that will examine the three sums and return the >> column number that has the lowest sum. If more than one column is >> lowest, select one randomly. >> >> Example: >> >> � C30 �D30 �E30 �Result >> � �10 � 11 � 12 �1 (C) >> � �22 � 20 � 21 �2 (D) >> � �32 � 31 � 30 �3 (E) >> � �40 � 41 � 40 �Randomly select 1 or 3 >> � �51 � 50 � 50 �Randomly select 2 or 3 >> � �60 � 60 � 60 �Randonly select 1, 2, or 3 >> >> Can this be done with IF statements or do I need to write a macro?

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12/19/2009 5:18:22 AM

Thanks, Prof - yes, I remember APL, although I never used it as I was more into Fortran (I suppose both of us are showing our age). If you want just an index of 1/2/3, then remove the "CHAR(" at the beginning of the formula, and the "+66)" {or in your case the "+76)" } from the end of the formula. Hope this helps. Pete On Dec 19, 5:18=A0am, Prof Wonmug <won...@e.mcc> wrote: > On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 09:24:18 -0800 (PST), Pete_UK > > <pashu...@auditel.net> wrote: > >Well, this is a bit cumbersome, but it seems to do the job: > > >=3DCHAR(IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=3D1,MATCH(MIN > >(C30:E30),C30:E30,0),IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=3D3,INT(RAND() > >*3)+1,--MID(SUBSTITUTE("123",MATCH(MAX(C30:E30),C30:E30,0),""),INT(RAND > >()*2)+1,1)))+66) > > Amazing. It works. > > I already have a headache trying to decode it. > > I moved my data so the three values are now in M30:O30. I first just > changed C30:E30 to M30:O30. That worked but returned C/D/E. Then I > realized that the "66" is the ASCII code for "B" (the letter just > before "C". When I changed that to 76, it worked: > > =3DCHAR(IF(COUNTIF(M36:O36,MIN(M36:O36))=3D1,MATCH(MIN > (M36:O36),M36:O36,0),IF(COUNTIF(M36:O36,MIN(M36:O36))=3D3,INT(RAND() > *3)+1,--MID(SUBSTITUTE("123",MATCH(MAX(M36:O36),M36:O36,0),""),INT(RAND > ()*2)+1,1)))+76) > > After my headache goes away, I think I try to figure out enough of > what it is doing so that I can have it return an index (1/2/3). > > Then, I'll write a macro, which is what I should have done in the > first place. > > I owe you a beer for clever coding. > > Have you ever heard of an old IBM programming language called APL? > Hard core APL programmers used to have contests for one-line code > solutions. The more obscure the better. One guy actually wrote a > 1-line program to convert Arabic numbers to Roman numerals! > > You would have been a great APL programmer. ;-) > > > > >It returns the column letter chosen according to your rules. > > >Hope this helps. > > >Pete > > >On Dec 18, 4:49=A0pm, Prof Wonmug <won...@e.mcc> wrote: > >> I have 3 columns of experimental data (C:E). > > >> Row 30 contains the sums (C30:E30). > > >> I need a formula that will examine the three sums and return the > >> column number that has the lowest sum. If more than one column is > >> lowest, select one randomly. > > >> Example: > > >> =A0 C30 =A0D30 =A0E30 =A0Result > >> =A0 =A010 =A0 11 =A0 12 =A01 (C) > >> =A0 =A022 =A0 20 =A0 21 =A02 (D) > >> =A0 =A032 =A0 31 =A0 30 =A03 (E) > >> =A0 =A040 =A0 41 =A0 40 =A0Randomly select 1 or 3 > >> =A0 =A051 =A0 50 =A0 50 =A0Randomly select 2 or 3 > >> =A0 =A060 =A0 60 =A0 60 =A0Randonly select 1, 2, or 3 > > >> Can this be done with IF statements or do I need to write a macro?- Hi= de quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -

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By the way, if you want a brief explanation of what it does: The first IF checks if there is only one minimum value and if there is it returns the index of the column containing the minimum. The second IF checks if there are 3 equal minima, and if so it returns a random number in the range 1 - 3 If neither of those IFs are true then there must be 2 minima. The SUBSTITUTE function finds the index of the maximum value and removes it from the string "123", so that you have "12", "13", or "23", then the MID function chooses one of these two characters randomly and the -- converts it to a number. The CHAR( ... +66) converts it to a letter, as you have found. Hope this helps. Pete On Dec 19, 5:18=A0am, Prof Wonmug <won...@e.mcc> wrote: > On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 09:24:18 -0800 (PST), Pete_UK > > <pashu...@auditel.net> wrote: > >Well, this is a bit cumbersome, but it seems to do the job: > > >=3DCHAR(IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=3D1,MATCH(MIN > >(C30:E30),C30:E30,0),IF(COUNTIF(C30:E30,MIN(C30:E30))=3D3,INT(RAND() > >*3)+1,--MID(SUBSTITUTE("123",MATCH(MAX(C30:E30),C30:E30,0),""),INT(RAND > >()*2)+1,1)))+66) > > Amazing. It works. > > I already have a headache trying to decode it. > > I moved my data so the three values are now in M30:O30. I first just > changed C30:E30 to M30:O30. That worked but returned C/D/E. Then I > realized that the "66" is the ASCII code for "B" (the letter just > before "C". When I changed that to 76, it worked: > > =3DCHAR(IF(COUNTIF(M36:O36,MIN(M36:O36))=3D1,MATCH(MIN > (M36:O36),M36:O36,0),IF(COUNTIF(M36:O36,MIN(M36:O36))=3D3,INT(RAND() > *3)+1,--MID(SUBSTITUTE("123",MATCH(MAX(M36:O36),M36:O36,0),""),INT(RAND > ()*2)+1,1)))+76) > > After my headache goes away, I think I try to figure out enough of > what it is doing so that I can have it return an index (1/2/3). > > Then, I'll write a macro, which is what I should have done in the > first place. > > I owe you a beer for clever coding. > > Have you ever heard of an old IBM programming language called APL? > Hard core APL programmers used to have contests for one-line code > solutions. The more obscure the better. One guy actually wrote a > 1-line program to convert Arabic numbers to Roman numerals! > > You would have been a great APL programmer. ;-) > > > > >It returns the column letter chosen according to your rules. > > >Hope this helps. > > >Pete > > >On Dec 18, 4:49=A0pm, Prof Wonmug <won...@e.mcc> wrote: > >> I have 3 columns of experimental data (C:E). > > >> Row 30 contains the sums (C30:E30). > > >> I need a formula that will examine the three sums and return the > >> column number that has the lowest sum. If more than one column is > >> lowest, select one randomly. > > >> Example: > > >> =A0 C30 =A0D30 =A0E30 =A0Result > >> =A0 =A010 =A0 11 =A0 12 =A01 (C) > >> =A0 =A022 =A0 20 =A0 21 =A02 (D) > >> =A0 =A032 =A0 31 =A0 30 =A03 (E) > >> =A0 =A040 =A0 41 =A0 40 =A0Randomly select 1 or 3 > >> =A0 =A051 =A0 50 =A0 50 =A0Randomly select 2 or 3 > >> =A0 =A060 =A0 60 =A0 60 =A0Randonly select 1, 2, or 3 > > >> Can this be done with IF statements or do I need to write a macro?- Hi= de quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -

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12/19/2009 4:33:29 PM

On Sat, 19 Dec 2009 08:22:27 -0800 (PST), Pete_UK <pashurst@auditel.net> wrote: >Thanks, Prof - yes, I remember APL, although I never used it as I was >more into Fortran (I suppose both of us are showing our age). APL is to Fortran as Beethoven is to Barry Manilow. ;-) >If you want just an index of 1/2/3, then remove the "CHAR(" at the >beginning of the formula, and the "+66)" {or in your case the "+76)" } >from the end of the formula. I ended up writing a macro. That's what I should have done in the first place, but then I'd have missed out on your impressive one-liner skills. Here's the macro, in case anyone cares. It only works on a row of values, but the range can be any length. Public Function MyRandomMinIndex(values As Range) Dim min, NumCols As Long, mins(), i As Long, NumMins As Integer NumCols = values.Columns.Count ReDim mins(1 To NumCols) 'min = MyMin(values) 'Get the minimum value min = Application.min(values) NumMins = 0 'Min counter For i = 1 To NumCols 'Find out how many mins we have If values.Cells(1, i) = min Then NumMins = NumMins + 1 mins(NumMins) = i End If Next i i = Int((NumMins * Rnd) + 1) 'Generate random value between 1 and NumMins MyRandomMinIndex = mins(i) 'Return index of one of the mins Please feel free to critique.

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12/19/2009 11:56:20 PM

Hello, I have solved your problem also. The results say: 1a or 2b or 3c. (data in cols. a,b and c) You could enter all your experimental data in columns a1,b1,c1, all the way down to an,bn,cn. By copying the formula which may be entered in say : cell e1 down to en you will get a result as soon a new line of three experimental data are entered. Best Regards Gabor Sebo MA USA =CHOOSE(FREQUENCY(A1:C1,MIN(A1:C1)),IF(A1=MIN(A1:C1),"1a",IF(B1=MIN(A1:C1),"2b","3c")),IF(A1<>MIN(A1:C1),CHOOSE(RANDBETWEEN(1,2),"2b","3c"),IF(B1<>MIN(A1:C1),CHOOSE(RANDBETWEEN(1,2),"1a","3c"),IF(C1<>MIN(A1:C1),CHOOSE(RANDBETWEEN(1,2),"1a","2b")))),CHOOSE(RANDBETWEEN(1,3),"1A","2B","3C")) "Prof Wonmug" <wonmug@e.mcc> wrote in message news:44cni5trbvmvena7u90i02esqkg9bss1um@4ax.com... >I have 3 columns of experimental data (C:E). > > Row 30 contains the sums (C30:E30). > > I need a formula that will examine the three sums and return the > column number that has the lowest sum. If more than one column is > lowest, select one randomly. > > Example: > > C30 D30 E30 Result > 10 11 12 1 (C) > 22 20 21 2 (D) > 32 31 30 3 (E) > 40 41 40 Randomly select 1 or 3 > 51 50 50 Randomly select 2 or 3 > 60 60 60 Randonly select 1, 2, or 3 > > Can this be done with IF statements or do I need to write a macro? >

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