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Challenge #1: Join to Range

neilreinke
5 - Atom

Great to see everyone's solutions. We all think differently, but get to the same answer at the end.

ShanaJoseph
5 - Atom

Here is my solution. I used a formula, join, and summarize. 

LauraS1225
6 - Meteoroid

Nice little introduction to a few different nodes for me! 

 

EDIT - wrong file.

Rdscutters
5 - Atom

Hi, please see my solution for this challenge, thanks.

paigej2012
6 - Meteoroid

Here is my solution. 

rcarog
8 - Asteroid

Solution attached.

p_padham
8 - Asteroid

Hi everyone!

 

Here is my solution:

 

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apathetichell
12 - Quasar

I could see using a macro or a generate rows on this - but I just went for it a fairly straight forward way...

BeginnerMindset
8 - Asteroid
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GeorMich
5 - Atom

Trying to work through all the challenges!! **Fingers crossed**

 

Pretty much similar to the solution.

 

**SPOILERS

Split to column on the range

change data type on the new columns [1] and [2]

Generate rows on [1] using logic [1] <= [2]

Join to the other dataset using the postal Area

Summarize Group by (Region, Sales rep, Responder) and Count (Customer ID)

 

Thank you,

Michelle 🙂