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That's the good news. The bad news is I build and maintain the content for the Crew macos in my own time and as eagle eyed follows will have noted have not released a new version for a whole year now...
So to the topic of this post: Feeling inspired by the 10.0 release and the fanatastic new community we have here I am going to release the 2015 Q3 release. Which by my reckoning gives me to the end of this month (or there abouts ;) ). I already have a few bug fixes done locally and a few more listed to fix on the github page https://github.com/AdRiley/ChaosReignsWithin-Alteryx-Macros/issues but if you know of any others then please let me know in the comments below. Even better, send me a fixed version of the macro and get yourself on the credits for the next release!
Ah, the simple joys of the Sample tool. It has to be one of the easiest tools in Alteryx for new users to grasp. I know for myself, it is a frequently used method of selecting exactly the records I wish to work with. here
The 3rd problem of the Alteryx Grand Prix this year was to create an optimal set of sales territories for 5 existing sales offices. In order to judge the results, contestants were provided a scoring macro that returned a score based on the set of states they picked for each sales office. The competitors were asked to create a module that returned a better score.
The new Charting tool that will be in 6.0 contains a chart type called "Box and Whisker". For those of you who are not familiar with that type of chart, basically it is a statistical type of chart, which represents a "normal distribution" as if it were viewed from above the curve, looking down on it.
Since 1.0, people have been requesting looping in Alteryx. We have added a lot of features over the years to give various types of loops. The GenerateRows & MultiRowFormula tools gave looping functionality within a module, but were not sufficient for complicated algorithms.