Asked by: Xiaoyong Amoraasked in category: General Last Updated: 17th May, 2020
Is Sumproduct faster than Sumifs?
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Considering this, is Sumproduct faster than Countifs?
According to a couple of web sites, SUMIFS and COUNTIFS are faster than SUMPRODUCT (for example: http://exceluser.com/blog/483/excels-sumifs-or-sumproduct-which-is-faster.html).
Secondly, what is the difference between Sumproduct and Sumifs? The big difference between the two is that SUMIFS can only be used for straight comparisons. You can't "manipulate" the criteria while with SUMPRODUCT you can "manipulate" the criteria. You can't do that in SUMIF(S).
Also, is Dsum faster than Sumif?
DSUM is faster than SUMIF, particularly with multiple conditions.
Is Sumproduct slow?
One blanket statement about SUMPRODUCT can be said: the use of entire-column ranges (e.g. A:A) that Excel 2007 and later permits with SUMPRODUCT probably unduly slows down calculations because SUMPRODUCT must process usually multiple instances of arrays of 1+ million elements.