Is there an easy way to count identical records in a manually generated list? I know how to do this across rows using SELECT() statements, etc.
I would like to count the total true/false answers for a survey. Each survey response creates a single row in the table, so I must manually generate a list using the question columns as such:
where each question can either be true or false
I would like to do something similar to below to return the total ‘TRUE’ answers:
LIST([q1],[q2],[q3],[q4],[q5]) - LIST(“false”) )
The problem is, these arguments appear first remove all duplicate values, meaning the above function will always count “1”, or the remaining “True” value after duplicates have been removed.
Also I cannot seem to user FILTER() arguments on a manually generated list as there is no table.