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MUNIT: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use MUNIT in Google Sheets?

MUNIT is an add-on for Google Sheets that allows you to track your unit tests and monitor your code coverage. After you install MUNIT, you can create a new sheet and specify the folder that contains your unit tests. MUNIT will automatically detect your unit tests and add them to the sheet. You can then use the "Coverage" tab to view your code coverage. The "Results" tab will show you the results of your unit tests.

What is the syntax of MUNIT in Google Sheets?

MUNIT is a unit testing library for Google Sheets. It allows you to write unit tests in JavaScript, and then run them in the Google Sheets environment. The syntax is very similar to the popular JavaScript unit testing library, Jasmine. Here is an example of a simple unit test using MUNIT:

describe("MyTest Suite", function() {

beforeEach(function() {

// Reset the test data


it("should add two numbers together and return the result", function() {

var result = 1 + 1;




What is an example of how to use MUNIT in Google Sheets?

MUNIT is a function that can be used in Google Sheets to test the multiple unit type of a value. To use MUNIT, you first need to enter the value you want to test into a cell in your spreadsheet. Next, use the MUNIT function to test the value. The function takes two arguments: the value you want to test and the unit type you want to test it against. The function will return a result of either TRUE or FALSE, depending on whether the value is a multiple of the unit type you specified.

When should you not use MUNIT in Google Sheets?

MUNIT is not always the best option for Google Sheets. For example, if you are working with a large amount of data, MUNIT may not be the most efficient option. Additionally, if you need to perform complex calculations or need to use specific functions that are not available in MUNIT, you should not use MUNIT.

What are some similar formulae to MUNIT in Google Sheets?

In Google Sheets, there are a few similar formulae to MUNIT. The first is SUMIF, which can be used to add up a range of cells that meet a certain criteria. The next is AVERAGEIF, which can be used to calculate the average of a range of cells that meet a certain criteria. Finally, there is COUNTIF, which can be used to count the number of cells in a range that meet a certain criteria.

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