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Averaging data within a range by day of week

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I am trying to collect "True" data within a date range and display this by day of week. For all "True" conditions, I need a formula that will
1) give "True" a "1" value;
2) collect this value by day of week;
3) show the average times for each given day the value was true

For instance, of the five (5) Tuesdays in a given month, an individual remembered there cellphone 3 out of five days for an average of 0.60 times per Tuesday.

I've attached a worksheet showing how I capture data and how I need it displayed.

Thanks,

Greg~ tracking.xlsx
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barry houdini earned 2000 total points
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Hello Greg,

Try this formula in C16 copied across and down

=COUNTIFS($C$2:$AF$2,C$15,$C3:$AF3,TRUE)/COUNTIFS($C$2:$AF$2,C$15)

see attached

regards, barry
27416875.xlsx
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Thanks!
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