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Come contare o sommare le celle in base al colore della cella nel foglio di Google?

Conteggio o somma dei valori delle celle in base al colore di sfondo della cella specifico per ottenere il risultato come mostrato nella seguente schermata. In questo articolo, parlerò di come risolvere questa attività nel foglio di Google e in Microsoft Excel.

Contare i valori delle celle in base al colore della cella con lo script nel foglio di Google

Somma i valori delle celle in base al colore della cella con lo script nel foglio di Google

Contare o sommare i valori delle celle sul colore della cella con Kutools per Excel in Microsoft Excel


Contare i valori delle celle in base al colore della cella con lo script nel foglio di Google

Il seguente script può aiutarti a contare i valori delle celle in base al colore della cella specifico, per favore fai come segue:

1. Clic Strumenti > Editor di script, vedi screenshot:

2. Nella finestra del progetto aperta, fare clic su Compila il > Nuovo > File di script per aprire una finestra del codice, vedi screenshot:

3. E nella casella del messaggio, inserisci un nome per questo codice di script, vedi screenshot:

4. Clic OK e quindi copia e incolla il seguente codice per sostituire il codice originale nel modulo del codice, vedi screenshot:

function countColoredCells(countRange,colorRef) {
  var activeRg = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveRange();
  var activeSht = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet();
  var activeformula = activeRg.getFormula();
  var countRangeAddress = activeformula.match(/\((.*)\,/).pop().trim();
  var backGrounds = activeSht.getRange(countRangeAddress).getBackgrounds();
  var colorRefAddress = activeformula.match(/\,(.*)\)/).pop().trim();
  var BackGround = activeSht.getRange(colorRefAddress).getBackground();
  var countCells = 0;
  for (var i = 0; i < backGrounds.length; i++)
    for (var k = 0; k < backGrounds[i].length; k++)
      if ( backGrounds[i][k] == BackGround )
        countCells = countCells + 1;
  return countCells;
};

5. Quindi salva questo codice di script e torna indietro al foglio, inserisci questa formula: = countcoloredcells (A1: E11, A1) in una cella vuota, quindi premere Enter tasto per ottenere il risultato calcolato. Vedi screenshot:

Osservazioni:: In questa formula: A1: E11 è l'intervallo di dati che desideri utilizzare, A1 è la cella riempita con un colore specifico che vuoi contare.

6. Ripeti la formula sopra per contare altre celle colorate specifiche.


Somma i valori delle celle in base al colore della cella con lo script nel foglio di Google

Per sommare i valori delle celle con un colore di cella specifico, applica il codice dello script sottostante.

1. Dacci un'occhiata cliccando Strumenti > Editor di script per andare alla finestra del progetto e fare clic su Compila il > Nuovo > File di script per inserire un altro nuovo modulo di codice, quindi, nella casella del messaggio, digitare un nome per questo script, vedere screenshot:

2. Clic OK e nel modulo del codice aperto, copia e incolla sotto il codice dello script per sostituire il codice originale, vedi screenshot:

function sumColoredCells(sumRange,colorRef) {
  var activeRg = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveRange();
  var activeSht = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet();
  var activeformula = activeRg.getFormula();
  var countRangeAddress = activeformula.match(/\((.*)\,/).pop().trim();
  var backGrounds = activeSht.getRange(countRangeAddress).getBackgrounds();
  var sumValues = activeSht.getRange(countRangeAddress).getValues();  
  var colorRefAddress = activeformula.match(/\,(.*)\)/).pop().trim();
  var BackGround = activeSht.getRange(colorRefAddress).getBackground();
  var totalValue = 0;
  for (var i = 0; i < backGrounds.length; i++)
    for (var k = 0; k < backGrounds[i].length; k++)
      if ( backGrounds[i][k] == BackGround )
        if ((typeof sumValues[i][k]) == 'number')
          totalValue = totalValue + (sumValues[i][k]);
  return totalValue;
};

3. Quindi salva questo codice, torna al foglio e inserisci questa formula: = sumcoloredcells (A1: E11, A1) in una cella vuota e premere Enter chiave per ottenere il risultato calcolato, vedi screenshot:

Osservazioni:: In questa formula: A1: E11 è l'intervallo di dati che desideri utilizzare, A1 è la cella con un colore di sfondo specifico che desideri sommare.

4. E poi puoi ripetere la formula sopra per sommare altre celle colorate specifiche.


Contare o sommare i valori delle celle sul colore della cella con Kutools per Excel in Microsoft Excel

In Microsoft Excel, per contare o sommare i valori delle celle in base al colore della cella specifico, Kutools for Excel'S Conta per colore può aiutarti a completare questa attività il più rapidamente possibile.

Kutools for Excel : con oltre 300 utili componenti aggiuntivi di Excel, da provare gratuitamente senza limitazioni in 30 giorni. 

Dopo l'installazione Kutools for Excel, per favore fai come questo:

1. Selezionare le celle nell'intervallo che si desidera contare o sommare in base al colore della cella, quindi fare clic su Kutools Plus > Conta per colore, vedi screenshot:

2. Nel Conta per colore finestra di dialogo, scegliere Formattazione standard dal Metodo del colore elenco a discesa, quindi selezionare sfondo dal Tipo di conteggio menu a discesa, vedi screenshot:

3. Quindi fare clic Genera rapporto pulsante e il nuovo foglio di lavoro con i risultati calcolati viene generato contemporaneamente, vedi screenshot:

Osservazioni:: Con questa potente funzionalità, puoi anche calcolare i valori delle celle in base alla formattazione condizionale o al colore del carattere.

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    Hawjin · 1 months ago
    Autoupdate of the formula

    A tip is to create a script that inserts a row in the range and then removes the same row again. And then set up a time-based trigger for the function =)
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    guest · 1 months ago
    it errors for me :/
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    Davide · 6 months ago
    Thank you so much for these scripts, Truly appreciated, it's not to get something that works out of the box.

    Question how would I go about modifying the values sum script to pull part of a cell, for exammple a cell that contains the following:
    909 & 1909
    {1 of 2}
    SM & M (3.5)

    How would I go about pulling the "3.5" in parenthesis and sum that numerical value coming out multiple cells of the same color. I know how to pull the value out in google sheets but can't figure out how to combine it with the cell color script.

    Thank you.

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    Richard · 8 months ago
    Has anyone updated this for the Sum colored cells? i'm ok with copying and pasting the forumla for now but it would be nice if i highlighted more cells, it would add those cells to the total automatically. I'm a newb when it comes to reading code, i tried a few things based on all the comments but alas, i'm still new.

    Thanks,

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    rodrigosromaro@gmail.com · 10 months ago
    PLEASE SOMEONE COULD HELP ME ?
    I WAS LOOKING FOR HOW TO SOLVE THAT A MONTH AT LEAST. I TRIED MANY THINGS, CHANGED COMMAS .... AND NOTHING SOLVE THAT...


    ------------- TypeError: Cannot call method "pop" of null. (line 5, file "SumByColor") -----------------

    //*ORIGINAL - var countRangeAddress = activeformula.match(/\((.*)\,/).pop().trim();
    //*I TRYING - var countRangeAddress = activeformula.match(/\((.*)\;/).pop().trim();
    //*ORIGINAL - var colorRefAddress = activeformula.match(/\,(.*)\)/).pop().trim();
    //*I TRYING - var colorRefAddress = activeformula.match(/\;(.*)\)/).pop().trim();

    some charitable soul please help me, I don't have much programming ... #sad
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    Andrew · 10 months ago
    HI, Brian! Thank's for your effort to give us the updated code. The auto update feature doesn't works for me. It doesn't write a new random number in A1 automatically, s i have to do it manually to get refresh. Is it as planed or Do i miss something? Thanks for your reply.
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      Milan · 1 months ago
      I have the same proble. Am I missing anything?
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    netman · 11 months ago
    hi Brian, I have tried to use the updated version. It is improved but still not always update after change color.
    is it possible to add a command to refresh the 'A1' value timely. thanks.
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    Brian · 1 years ago
    Hi all, I wanted to give you an updated version of how to count the number of cells that are a given color. This version solves a couple of issues:

    1. The count not updating when the doc changes and
    2. Errors from adding another parameter to the function


    // Unsed third argument
    function countColoredCells(countRange,colorRef,unUsed) {
    var activeRg = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveRange();
    var activeSht = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet();
    var activeformula = activeRg.getFormula();
    // The regex matches the parentheses as an array, gets the arguments as a string,
    // then splits the arguments on the comma into another array
    var arrayOfArguments = activeformula.match(/\((.*)\)/).pop().trim().split(',');
    // Get the first argument which is the range
    var countRangeAddress = arrayOfArguments[0];
    // Get the second argument, which is the reference color
    var colorRefAddress = arrayOfArguments[1];
    var backGrounds = activeSht.getRange(countRangeAddress).getBackgrounds();
    var BackGround = activeSht.getRange(colorRefAddress).getBackground();
    var countCells = 0;
    for (var i = 0; i < backGrounds.length; i++)
    for (var k = 0; k < backGrounds[i].length; k++)
    if ( backGrounds[i][k] == BackGround )
    countCells = countCells + 1;
    return countCells;
    };

    // Writes a random number to A1
    function onEdit(e)
    {
    SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getRange('A1').setValue(Math.random());
    }


    Usage: =countColoredCells(B2:E22,A28,$A$1)
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      Lenore · 1 years ago
      Do we paste all of this to replace the original code?
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        skyyang · 1 years ago
        Hello, Lenore,
        The Brian's code is worked well to auto update the result when you change the cell color, please apply it.
        Yes, you should pasting all of the above code to replace the original one.
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    La · 1 years ago
    TypeError: Não é possível chamar o método "pop" de null. (linha 5, arquivo "sumbycolor")

    How can I fix this error? Thank you
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    Nataly · 1 years ago
    Hola! Muchas gracias por tu artículo, ha sido de mucha ayuda, he logrado corregir el tema del formato regional de google cambiando . por ;
    Lo que no consigo hacer es que se actualice la formula cuando ingreso nuevos datos. ¿Sabes cómo hacer esto?
    Gracias
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    coolkev99 · 1 years ago
    Hi everyone. I use this sumColoredCells function but it will NOT auto refresh if you change cell colors. The only way it refreshes is to change a value in the range. A work-around I found was to create a checkbox somewhere to add 1 (or use insignificant fractional (.000001) if you are rounding) to a number in the range, and unchecking will add 0. This will act as a refresh "toggle" switch. Not really ideal, I know... but this is for my personal use and only a minor hassle.
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      sudarshan · 1 years ago
      Hi Kevin,

      Hope you are keeping well. I have been facing the same problem, Can you please share how to create checkbox to add 0000.1 or so. my email id is sudarshan1210@gmail.com. Looking forward to your help.
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      Yara · 1 years ago
      I have the same issue and don't know how to fix it
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    Francisco · 1 years ago
    Thank you so much, truly useful!
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    Roberto · 1 years ago
    There were some errors on the code, like the range not being used at all and that the calculation was only made when the parameters were changed. With this version the calculation will be updated when there is an update on the sheet and the range has to be passed as a string, also some dummy cell has to be used to save a random value, you can put the color of the text just like the background to make it invisible:

    =countColoredCells("B3:B145","B1",$A$1)

    function countColoredCells(countRange, colorRef, unUsed) {
    var backGrounds = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getRange(countRange).getBackgrounds();
    var backGround = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getRange(colorRef).getBackground();
    var countCells = 0;
    for (var i = 0; i < backGrounds.length; ++i)
    for (var k = 0; k < backGrounds[i].length; ++k)
    if ( backGrounds[i][k] == backGround )
    ++countCells;
    return countCells;
    }

    function onEdit(e)
    {
    SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getRange('A1').setValue(Math.random());
    }
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    Marco · 2 years ago
    A quick solution but not the best is to add a new parameter and never use it, something like this:

    function sumColoredCells(sumRange,colorRef,test)


    The test parameter is never used, this issue here is that the values only will be refresed if first of all you set the color and then change the value.
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    Adam · 2 years ago
    This script used to work great, but it doesn't work anymore. Is there a change that brought it down?
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    Steve · 2 years ago
    Internet is full of instances of this solution and it doesn't work.
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    Marco · 2 years ago
    Hi there,
    on Google sheets, seems not to be working, I went on debug and for both processes, in row 5 seems to be a type error, the message is: impossible to recall the "pop2 method of null. Does it makes sense? Thanks a lot!
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    desi · 2 years ago
    thank you :*
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    pedro.plj@gmail.com · 2 years ago
    Hello,


    This function works, however, when i try to sum 2 instances of it in the same cell as in (in my case):


    =sumColoredCells(A103:AW103, C171) + sumColoredCells(A138:AW138, C171)


    It gives me an #Error - Range not found (line 6).


    It doesn't work even if i use SUM() or ADD(). Any ideas?


    Thanks in advance.
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    Geoff · 2 years ago
    The SumColoredCells Script works great. Do you know if there is a way to display (in a single cell) the sum of 2 colors? For example, if I wanted the sum of both the Yellow and Green Cells to display in a single cell, is that possible? I would think the formula would be:
    =SUM(sumcoloredcells(A1:E11,A1)),(sumcoloredcells(A1:E11,A5)) ....But that results in an ERROR. Any ideas?
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      skyyang · 2 years ago
      Hello, Geoff,
      May be there is no direct formula to solve your problem, but, you can sum the colored cells separately first, and then, sum the two calculated results as you need.
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        Geoff · 2 years ago
        Thanks for the reply. I have done that, but would love to consolidate the formula into a single cell, as I have to update the ranges every week. Anyway, thanks for checking!
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    jchew · 2 years ago
    Thanks, this worked great!
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    justinbaden9@gmail.com · 2 years ago
    Hello,
    The formula does not work for me.
    If I do this in spreadsheet only errors will occur.
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    danison@bench.co · 2 years ago
    im trying to do something like this
    =countColoredCells (H62:H,B2)countif("MBA13R15")
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    danison@bench.co · 2 years ago
    Hi there,


    Can I need some help with a similar formula to SUM total of number keywords matching and reflecting the number of colors.


    What I what to achieve it determine the number of laptops which is a keyword but recognise the Available based on color of the cells?
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    Raul · 2 years ago
    Replace this lines:
    var countRangeAddress = activeformula.match(/\((.*)\;/).pop().trim();


    var colorRefAddress = activeformula.match(/\;(.*)\)/).pop().trim();

    Notice than , was changed for ;
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    Sam · 2 years ago
    does it auto update when new data is added?
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      Yara · 1 years ago
      No, and I'm trying to find the answer
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      Designedforx · 2 years ago
      Does not seem like it
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        Michael Riddering · 2 years ago
        Did you ever figure out how to get this to auto update?
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          Tomasz B · 2 years ago
          Did anyone find a way to auto update?
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            Sarah · 2 years ago
            I need to figure out how to get it to auto update too!... Anyone find the answer?
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              Eduardo Reyes · 1 years ago
              Did anyone find a way to auto update?
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    Terry · 2 years ago
    I keep getting an error "Action not allowed (Line 0)". What does this mean?
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    Terry · 2 years ago
    I'm getting "Action Not Allowed Line 0" What am I doing wrong?
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    KydKat · 2 years ago
    Is there a way to include negative numbers in the mix and get the correct sum? Mine keeps adding all the numbers in the range, even if the number has a negative sign on it.
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    Laura · 2 years ago
    Hey, thanks for this script. I'm having a problem in the script for google sheets: TypeError: Cannot call method "pop" of null. (line 5, file "SumByColor"). Can you please help?, thanks
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      Patodox · 2 years ago
      The problem maybe is your regional configuration, this script thinks you are separating parameters by ',', but it is not your case probably. In my case, I use ';', so I modified the script, changing the character in the lines

      var countRangeAddress = activeformula.match(/\((.*)\;/).pop().trim();

      var colorRefAddress = activeformula.match(/\;(.*)\)/).pop().trim();
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        Alberto · 1 years ago
        cambio la coma (,) por punto y coma (;) pero aun así no me cuenta el color. me sale como resultado (0 cero).
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      rtapia@colegiohuinganal.cl · 2 years ago
      Hello, I have the same problem, have you fix it?
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      skyyang · 2 years ago
      Hi, Laura,
      The script works well in my google sheets.
      If there is problem in your google sheet, I can share my google sheet with you.
      Please give your email address.
      Thank you!
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    Dave Gorman · 2 years ago
    Your sumColoredCells() function is incorrect as it doesn't use sumRange
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      skyyang · 2 years ago
      Hello, Dave,
      The above script works well in my Google sheet.
      When applying the formula, you should save the script window first.
      Please try it, Thank you!
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    Todd · 2 years ago
    Thanks for the help with "Count cells based on color for google sheets". Limitation seems to be that when cell colors are changed the sheet does not refresh and totals are incorrect. I have to delete the code in the total cell and copy again from neighbour cell. Not ideal, but it works. Thanks again.
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      skyyang · 2 years ago
      Hello, Todd,
      Yes, as you said, you should retype the formula when the cell color changes.
      May be there is no other good ways to solve this problem.
      If any other has good methods, please comment here.
      Thank you!
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    Jose · 3 years ago
    Hey, thanks for this script. I'm having a problem in the script for google sheets: TypeError: Cannot call method "pop" of null. (line 5, file "SumByColor"). Can you please help?, thanks
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    Sheldon · 3 years ago
    Hi! Great script but I run into a problem when trying to edit the values within the coloured cells. The script does not refresh the values if I change the colour of the cell. I can only force it to refresh if i delete the contents of the cell, change the colour and then enter the value again.