Searching within tables is a common task when working with Google Sheets. With the REGEXMATCH function, we can easily find the answer to the question of whether there is an exact match for the word we are looking for in a table. We can easily search with 'Find and replace'.
Google Sheets Functions
A function is an operation that the Google Sheets spreadsheet can apply to your data to perform automatic calculations.
When working with Google Sheets, we can have multiple tables, multiple sheets, or multiple workbooks. Among these, we may need to work with identical columns and corresponding columns. For example, product codes, product names. We may need to use them on multiple pages. Instead of moving columns every time, we
When working with Google Sheets, we may have written the same data in our worksheet more than once. If there are few rows and columns, we can handle this one by one. But this becomes very difficult when working with very large tables. Suppose there are multiple duplicate data in
Searching worksheets can be done manually with little data. If you have a large table in your worksheet, if you have multiple worksheets or even workbooks connected to each other, this work becomes quite tiring. For example, you have a supermarket dataset. You wonder how many of 'x' items are
Mathematics is pretty easy when working with Google Sheets. Addition, subtraction, multiplication. While performing operations on these, the functions work with the whole column or the cell range you specify. What if we want to give a condition at the same time while doing the addition? With SUMIF we can
When working with Google Spreadsheets, our tables can have decimals. Working with them is pretty easy in Google Spreadsheets. However, we often want to get rid of them for ease of reading and to avoid image crowding when displaying in graphics. We use the Round function to perform this function.
When working with Google Sheets, we sometimes show our table with the help of graphs for ease of reading. Graphs help us a lot for both ease of reading and analysis. Well, imagine that you made these graphs for the rows only, not for the whole table. This is great.