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At 20:04 19/02/2013 -0700, John Meyer wrote:
I'm doing QA in my office and I have a sheet filled with Employee IDs and a simple pass/fail score, like so:

EmpID           Pass/Fail
111111             Pass
111112             Pass
111111             Fail
111113             Fail

What I want to do, is in a separate area of the sheet, have the following:

EmpID                   %
111111                  50
111112                 100
111113                  0

Where percentage is a ratio of the number of passes vs the number of all scored results.

I have a column of all possible IDs. My question is would it be easier to do this via a VLOOKUP or a Data Pilot. Either way is okay as long as I can get the results.

I'd use neither, I think. Suppose your data above is in columns A, B, and C. In D2, enter:
and fill this down the column.

With this version, you will need to format column D as Percent. If you preferred, you could add *100 to the formula and format the column as Number.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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