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#Num! error

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I have a #Num! error on my code on the stats page... i cant figure out why though.

Attached is the spread sheet.

Sheet "Stats"gets its information from the "Result" page
J.P.B.S2.xlsm
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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That is probably because the result in E2 is zero. And that is because there is no 1 in column N of result sheet and there is no value to find the maximum in column O of result sheet.
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Hi i have fixed 90% of it but they have random parts where its #Num


E.G
Push Me (IRE)      7341804      #NUM!      114
Should be
Push Me (IRE)      7341804      13/2      114
J.P.B.S2.xlsm
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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The way I see it you have it all wrong

Push Me (IRE) is not 114 it is 109.5 on the results sheet.
Queen Of Epirus should have been 114

All the other formulas are also giving values not concurrent with the results sheet.

Can you tell me what you expect to see for block 1?
There are two 114's. What next?
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by:runnerjp2005
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im supposed to see what your explaining... the result sheet is fine but im trying to pull the data from results onto he Stats page... it seems to be pulling odd results
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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I think I have found the problem. Use these formulas in columns B, C and D

=IF(E2="","",INDEX(Result!D$1:D$500,SMALL(IF(Result!O$1:O$500=E2,IF(Result!N$1:N$500=A2,ROW(Result!D$1:D$500)-ROW(Result!$K$1)+1)),COUNTIFS(A$2:A2,A2,E$2:E2,E2))))

=IF(E2="","",INDEX(Result!B$1:B$500,SMALL(IF(Result!O$1:O$500=E2,IF(Result!N$1:N$500=A2,ROW(Result!B$1:B$500)-ROW(Result!$K$1)+1)),COUNTIFS(A$2:A2,A2,E$2:E2,E2))))

=IF(E2="","",INDEX(Result!K$1:K$500,SMALL(IF(Result!O$1:O$500=E2,IF(Result!N$1:N$500=A2,ROW(Result!K$1:K$500)-ROW(Result!$K$1)+1)),COUNTIFS(A$2:A2,A2,E$2:E2,E2))))

And also make sure that there is no error value in column O on result sheet.
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by:runnerjp2005
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I tried the above and it didnt work... i have also tried altering it alittle and just get #Value! now...please see attached
J.P.B.S2.xlsm
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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You did not pay attention to my last statement.

The column O on result sheet contains a value error at the bottom. You should get rid of it.
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by:Martin Liss
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Not enough information to confirm an answer.
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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There is an answer. The file contains an error value as indicated. Once that error is removed the formula works just fine.
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