I'm sorry if the title is confusing. I'm struggle bussing hard on figuring out how to write some formula in Numbers. It really doesn't help that the name of the program and functions I'm trying to use are so generic, I get random completely unrelated math results with every search!
I have a table like this (obviously a lot more data):
ID number 01 24 01 12 03 62 05 12 01 1
I have another table like this:
ID count total 01 3 03 1 05 1
I'm trying to write a formula to get the sum of each Id's numbers. I managed to get the count using
COUNTIF(table1::B:B,$A:2), and copy / pasting that down the count column. Sweet! That was a pain, but I got it. Now I want to get the total of all their numbers. I know it's going to look something like this:
SUM( <iterate over range, if table1::A matches A, add table1::B>) But I'm struggling to figure out both how to do this and how to word searches to get relevant results.
So, in my second table, 01's total should be 24 + 12 + 1 = 37.
I would love both some help in figuring this out (I'm totally OK with being pointed to relevant functions and can figure it out from there!), as well as some tips on generally how to search for stuff like this. It stresses me out endlessly that they named the program Numbers and made it near impossible to find what I need.