How do I calculate the max from two arrays with a year value?

Hello

I have asked a similar question before and need some additional help:

As you can see, there are dates in column A and this time, I'd like to display the favourite shop for, lets say, 2011. What do I need to change to the original formula of

=INDEX(Shop,MODE(IF(Customer=F2,IF(Shop<>"",MATCH(Shop,Shop,0)*{1,1}))))

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Thanks
Massimo

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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
If you enter the year number in I1 then you can try this formula

=IFERROR(INDEX(Shop,MODE(IF((Customer=F2)*(YEAR(DateVisited)=$I$1),IF(Shop<>"",MATCH(Shop,Shop,0)*{1,1})))),"")

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Massimo ScolaAuthor Commented:
Hi

I've entered the formula but I get empty cells .. I've attached the spreadsheet.
Did I miss something?

Massimo
mode-by-year-problem.xlsx
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
Maybe you are not entering this as an array formula. When you enter the formula in the cell press F2 then press shift-ctrl-enter
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Copy-of-mode-by-year-problem.xlsx
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Massimo ScolaAuthor Commented:
Hello and sorry for my late reply<br />Thanks a lot, it works now.<br /><br />Massimo
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