ObiSol
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Hello everyone,
I was working on a personal project on which I need to get a value based off of 3 different conditions on different columns.
This is what currently works:
=IF(C2:C=1,P2:P/220,IF(C2:C=2,P2:P/150,IF(C2:C=3,P2:P/50)))
But I need to add one more condition
"C" is the edition of a card that ranges from 13
"P" is the amount of people requesting the card
The divisors are the current rate of the market in which we are using with the outcome being the price of the card. So, a card requested by 2,500 people at a rate of 200 would yield a price of 12.5.
The other 2 conditions I need on this formula is to check if the card is a high, mid, or low print. That would determine the rarity of the card.
High Prints are x>=1000, Mid Prints are x<=999~100, and Low Prints are x<=99
A High Print card (x>=1000) would use the rate of 200 if edition 1, 150 if edition 2, 80 if edition 3.
A Mid Print (x<=999 to 100) would use a rate of 50 if edition 1, 40 if edition 2, 30 if edition 3.
A Low Print (x<=99) would return a result of "LF Offers"
Here is the link to the spreadsheet: https://1drv.ms/x/s!AnGr1abH9vLwmk5MMsCzJQRiyL1Q?e=ZQmOLt
The formulas are on cells AC3 and AD3. However, we can hide every other column other than the Print,Type,Ed., Burn $, WL, Effort, Min, and Max.
The first goal: is to be able to generate a card's price based on the print (Low Print[199], Mid Print[100999], High Print[1000+], edition (1,2,3), and the number of wishlists the card has.
The Print is located in Column B, Edition number on Column C, and Wishlists on Column Q.
The second goal: is to have a minimum recommended price and a maximum recommended price. This will be based on the effort of the card (located Column T). If the card has an effort over 200, increase the card's value by reducing the divisor (current market rate)
(e.g. A highprint Edition 2 card drops with an effort over 200. That card will now be divided by 100 instead of 150 in which the divisor is the current market rate). This will affect both the min and max price of course.
The minimum prices for High and Mid Prints would be:
High Print:
Edition 1: Generate a price of gold based on the "Burn Rate (Column I) +10 gold
Edition 2: Wishlists(WL)/200
Mid Print:
Edition 1: WL/50
Edition 2: WL/40
The maximum prices for High and Mid Print would be:
High Print:
Edition 1: Generate a price of gold based on the Burn Rate (Column I)+20 gold
Edition 2: Wishlists(WL)/200
Mid Print:
Edition 1: WL/20
Edition 2: WL/20
If the effort of the card is 200+, then highlight the cell with the maximum price using condition formatting.
I was working on a personal project on which I need to get a value based off of 3 different conditions on different columns.
This is what currently works:
=IF(C2:C=1,P2:P/220,IF(C2:C=2,P2:P/150,IF(C2:C=3,P2:P/50)))
But I need to add one more condition
"C" is the edition of a card that ranges from 13
"P" is the amount of people requesting the card
The divisors are the current rate of the market in which we are using with the outcome being the price of the card. So, a card requested by 2,500 people at a rate of 200 would yield a price of 12.5.
The other 2 conditions I need on this formula is to check if the card is a high, mid, or low print. That would determine the rarity of the card.
High Prints are x>=1000, Mid Prints are x<=999~100, and Low Prints are x<=99
A High Print card (x>=1000) would use the rate of 200 if edition 1, 150 if edition 2, 80 if edition 3.
A Mid Print (x<=999 to 100) would use a rate of 50 if edition 1, 40 if edition 2, 30 if edition 3.
A Low Print (x<=99) would return a result of "LF Offers"
Here is the link to the spreadsheet: https://1drv.ms/x/s!AnGr1abH9vLwmk5MMsCzJQRiyL1Q?e=ZQmOLt
The formulas are on cells AC3 and AD3. However, we can hide every other column other than the Print,Type,Ed., Burn $, WL, Effort, Min, and Max.
The first goal: is to be able to generate a card's price based on the print (Low Print[199], Mid Print[100999], High Print[1000+], edition (1,2,3), and the number of wishlists the card has.
The Print is located in Column B, Edition number on Column C, and Wishlists on Column Q.
The second goal: is to have a minimum recommended price and a maximum recommended price. This will be based on the effort of the card (located Column T). If the card has an effort over 200, increase the card's value by reducing the divisor (current market rate)
(e.g. A highprint Edition 2 card drops with an effort over 200. That card will now be divided by 100 instead of 150 in which the divisor is the current market rate). This will affect both the min and max price of course.
The minimum prices for High and Mid Prints would be:
High Print:
Edition 1: Generate a price of gold based on the "Burn Rate (Column I) +10 gold
Edition 2: Wishlists(WL)/200
Mid Print:
Edition 1: WL/50
Edition 2: WL/40
The maximum prices for High and Mid Print would be:
High Print:
Edition 1: Generate a price of gold based on the Burn Rate (Column I)+20 gold
Edition 2: Wishlists(WL)/200
Mid Print:
Edition 1: WL/20
Edition 2: WL/20
If the effort of the card is 200+, then highlight the cell with the maximum price using condition formatting.
If the edition in the D column is 1 then divide the wishlist number in column D by 220.
If the edition in the D column is 2 then divide the wishlist number in column D by 150
If the edition in the D column is 3 then generate text: "LF Offers"
I want to include another condition in which it does the above but factor in the effort (Column G) into account. This would mean lowering the divisor for the "Max" Column only, since the min price should always be the lowest available. (e.g. divisor being 200 instead of 220 if edition 1; 130 instead of 150 if edition 2).
I suggested doing this by looking to see whether the data in Column G, "Effort",
was greater than or equal to 200. If so, then divide by the new different divisor than the standard one.
Reiterating the example above, this would mean dividing the wishlist number by 130 instead of 150 for edition 2 cards and 200 instead of 220 for edition 1 cards with the purpose of adding even more value to the card if the effort was 200+
 IF(@D2:D303=1,@F2:F303/220,IF(@D2:D303=2,@F2:F303/150,IF(@D2:D303=3,@F2:F303/50)))
Rough formula above was to find the card's price but it's a roundabout way of doing so. I also gave a rate of 50 to the edition 3 cards which at the moment, is not wise to do as they are new cards and their value has not been cemented into the current market so I suggested to generate a text advising to look for offers instead.