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on 12-07-201606:27 AM - edited on 05-21-201912:24 PM by SydneyF
In a recent article (Create an Indexed Map), I mentioned the indexed maps found in the Rand McNally Road Atlas. Well, also found in the Road Atlas are mileage charts, or, distance matrices. These matrices can be easily created in Alteryx. The example below will provide the distance between every store in a dataset to every store in that same dataset. Here's how we did it.
Distance Matrix/Mileage Chart Example
Create a Cartesian Join of your data
Using the Append Tool, create a Cartesian Join of all of the records in the dataset.
This will give you a combination of every record to every record in your dataset.
Don't forget to "Allow All Appends" (learn more about creating Cartesian Joins here).
Measure the distances between all record combinations.
Using the Distance Tool, measure the distances between the point combinations.