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These videos deal with formulas and functions you may encounter a lot. Or ones you may never have seen before.

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Data Analysis in Google Sheets takes all shapes and sizes. What we'll focus on is getting you skilled up with formulas, formula combinations, and advanced statistical analysis that at times can feel like a slog.

We'll turn your counting, summing, averaging, into a single formula. You will feel like a powerful wizard.

You'll be able to calculate complex data in a matter of moments.
You'll be able to turn your data from a mess into a story.
And when you encounter errors, you'll be able to wiggle your way out of the situation with ease.

Overwhelming No More
Google Sheets is a powerful tool for data analysis, but it can be overwhelming for beginners. However, with the right formulas and functions, you can easily transform raw data into meaningful insights. Here are some of the key benefits of using formulas and functions to do your data analysis in Google Sheets:

Save time: By using formulas and functions, you can perform complex calculations and manipulations on large datasets in just a few clicks.

Accuracy: Manual data manipulation can lead to errors, but formulas and functions eliminate the risk of mistakes and ensure accuracy.

Visualization: By using formulas and functions to analyze your data, you can turn it into charts and graphs that make it easier to interpret and communicate your findings.

Check for Errors
While we might think some of us are superhuman, we are really all human. Errors happen. But when errors happen we don't want to fall apart. We want to make sure of the veracity of our data, and we want to make sure that errors don't stop us.

Understanding errors and handling errors in our data analysis makes our day to day jobs so much easier. You'll be flying through, under, and over errors while your coworkers are copy/pasting/retyping their errors into Google and asking ChatGPT "what does this mean?"

Better Sheets members are able to run circles around ChatGPT'ers.

Forget About Frustrations
Upskilling yourself in statistics and data analysis, along with being able to handle formulas and errors, will lead to much less frustration inside the sheets.

You might even bring about WORLD PEACE!
I kid, I kid...

Let's start with making sure we can make progress bars, then you can make progress bars out of emojis, and even add responsive graphs to your sheets.

Specialized Tools for Special Situations.
Don't forget about the SWITCH formula. this is a great extra special tool along with IF() and IFS()

Learn all about especially useful tools, when the situation calls for them.


Free tutorial for finding Minimum and Maximum data points.
 I will show you how to validate email addresses using the Mailboxlayer API and Google Sheets Apps Script.

I will guide you through the process of checking MX records, SMTP checks, and other cool features.

By the end of the video, you will be able to validate up to a thousand email addresses per month.

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Discover 4 easy ways to check if 2 cells in Excel are equal or not! Whether it's numbers, text, or dates, get the answer in seconds with simple tricks. Learn now in this video. 
I created a weight loss tracker template for myself and thought you, and all members would like it. So get it, copy it, and start your weight loss journey today. Comes with a nice chart already so all you have to do is add your numbers every day.
Learn the Quick Fix! Replace Text with Blank Cell in Google Sheets Hassle-Free. Say Goodbye to Data Glitches. Super helpful when you need to find and replace in google sheets any text.
A few tips to make your Google Sheets look better.
Showing you how to use the new Spintax add-on to write 1,000 headlines from a spinned version of a headline.
Get Spintax here:
One weird way to learn more about what Google Sheets can do.
Revolutionize the way you handle data with the BetterSheets REGEXMATCHER! Imagine having the ability to effortlessly validate text patterns, ensuring the integrity of your data. Whether you're searching for specific mentions, cleaning up unwanted content, or filtering out irrelevant information, our REGEXMATCHER is your go-to solution.

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Classify your data based on specific patterns, streamlining your workflow and increasing efficiency.

Part two. Count domains of emails you get. List of emails and get which domains are there!
The video explains three ways to count cells or information in Google Sheets: using the Explorer, using the COUNT function, and using the COUNTALL function. The Explorer is a tool located at the bottom right of the screen that allows you to quickly understand your data and find the count of items in a column. The COUNT function allows you to count the number of cells that contain numbers in a range of cells, while the COUNTALL function counts all the cells in a range, including those that contain formulas or are blank. The video also mentions other functions such as SUM and UNIQUE
I'll show you how I created a Twitter tool sort to organize my list of every tool I use to run better sheets.
Paste a list into Sheets and using a simple formula, I was able to determine the length of each item.

Then, I sorted the list in ascending order based on the length column. I even experimented with sorting it in descending order too!

Finally, I deleted the original list and pasted the sorted one using the "paste values" option. It's all done and ready to be shared. Check it out and let me know what you think! Don't forget to tweet about it if you find it helpful. Enjoy

A master class on merging cells. How to merge two cells. How to merge multiple cells. How to merge horizontally, vertically, and why.  Create groups. Create headers. And how to merge automatically. Members get the sheet and the apps script down below.
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Use REGEXMATCHER to generate any REGEXTMATCH formula you want.
One of the most simplest and useful formula combinations is using and and or inside of an if and what happens is we want to use this when we want an if formula to have multiple criteria.
What is "&" doing in this formula? MONTH(A1&1)
Do you know why this is so cool? It can replace an entire vlookup chart I've been making for years.
I download it from MailChimp and then I try to figure out which companies are subscribed to me most. And I do, I have to figure out the domain and count the domain. And we're gonna do that all in Google Sheets.
I'm gonna talk about how to take a list of emails and figure out which domains count the domains. Few reasons we might do this is maybe we have a newsletter like I do, and we wanna find out which companies it's of like a business newsletter which companies subscribe to us more than others.
Find out how many people attended each event even if they are double counted in attendee lists.
Use arrayformula to deal with Google form entries on a sheet. Even as they keep getting added.
Search through and filter data to get what you want, when you want it. Tired of sifting through endless rows and columns? Learn how to filter your Google Sheet database with dates, checkboxes, and dropdowns. Simplify your workflow today!
How to figure out a percentage score when our reporting numbers are a formatted in a particular way. In this case we have a score and then a slash and then the total possible score in a single cell. We go through each option of solution and try to derive a solution that is both useful in the exact situation and possibly useful for other problems too.

We find that the Query formula and other solutions are inflexible or time intensive. We want a solution that does actually solve the problem at hand, in a quick way, and also is easy to edit and flexible to solve other problems.
I figured out that 20% of my videos are getting 80% of the watch time on my YouTube channel, and I actually used a Google sheet to figure this out.
Wanted to share with members this course outline I am using for my own course making process. I outlined the course then added a bunch of cool little stats to help see my progress and keep me on a certain pace of video creation. 
Fid out how to get the frequency of ProductIds, or Names, or Emails. or how many times they appear in a sheet/column/row.
Create easy to use math iterators with the ROW() formula. It tells you the row your cell is on, but why do you need that? you can iterate math equations! It's neat!
Find out which words in your sheet are the most common. Highest count of each individual word.
Checking data? This script changes bg color of entire row as you move your cell selection.
We go deep into the syntax and usage of the SPLIT() formula.
I'm gonna show you how to make a character counter and then account characters. And then I'm also gonna show you how to make a limit. It's really simple. It's one formula and some conditional formatting
Dates are numbers so you can filter them with greater than and less than.
In Excel you actually have these options of sorting by year, by month, by date. But let's do it in Google Sheets.
Get floor prices into your spreadsheet with URLFETCHAPP. Accessing OpenSea's API directly from google sheets. Get any data you want. from Market Cap to One Hour Volume
Demystifying the SumIF Formula. Add up your values based on a condition, even if that condition is a date.
Great for counting writing sessions, or tweets you're writing.
how to create an auto-updating sales chart that displays the trailing 12 months of data in Google Sheets. The tutorial uses a sample dataset to demonstrate how to build a dynamic chart that updates automatically as new data is added.
Learn how to use CountBlank() and more counting formulas.
One of the most simplest and useful formula combinations is using and and or inside of an if and what happens is we want to use this when we want an if formula to have multiple criteria.
Every word can be capitalized with this formula.
Member Ben asks how to add 1 month to a date.
What happens very often is we want to figure out an average averages, help us tell the story of a large set of data, but averages also can lie.
We're going through the switch formula because in the past if I've ever had to change, say a day of the week or a month on the calendar to a number, or I have to change that number to the month or text, it's really hard.
Create little graphs with SPARKLINE() super easy!
Combining GoogleTranslate() and DetectLanguage() to figure out what a language is without having to know the two letter codes. And adding a dropdown range to make it easier to find the language you want to translate to. What a great way to solve the frustrating world of International language!
Count your words inside a sheet. Great for ad writing, novel writing, or if you need to meet minimums.
So in this video we're going to compare two tabs and differences. Basically, someone asked actually on AppSumo, someone asked how do I compare two sheets to know what the differences are? This is the answer.
Today we're gonna talk about errors in Google Sheets and how you can fix them. #N/A, #ERROR, #REF!, #NAME?, #DIV/0
Create a way to grade the quality of a domain based on many different votes and inputs and qualities. Like measuring the length and ranking the results.
Get crypto prices into a Google Sheet.
We're going to create some magic here. Some if magic, sprinkle a little magic on your sheets, you can use these formulas in existing sheets.
Let's make a progress bar in Google Sheets.