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Averageifs with a multiple choice option

averageifs not working with or choice. I am trying the below and it is only averaging the PHP - not including the "Residential". It is an array. Can anyone help? Thank you!

=IFERROR(AVERAGEIFS('ur data'!$AU:$AU,'ur data'!$AG:$AG,"Discharged",'ur data'!$C:$C,A94,'ur data'!$F:$F,"<>SELF PAYMENT",'ur data'!$F:$F,"<>Scholarship",'ur data'!$AI:$AI,{"PHP","Residential"},'ur data'!$AW:$AW,"1"),"")

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Rob Henson

8/22/2022 - Mon
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averageifs() appears to be some Microsoft office function.

For this to be callable from PHP, you'll almost surely require some sort of PHP binding for the library where averageifs() lives.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37320781/phpexcel-and-function-averageif provides a likely solution.

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Rob Henson

Usually all the conditions in the IFS functions are using an AND condition.

If you want multiple conditions from one column you have a couple of options that I know of:

1) Use multiple <> conditions as you have done with column F to exclude "Self Payment" and "Scholarship"
2) Use multiple SUMIFS with different sets of conditions, changing the condition from the specific column in each.
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