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Challenge #129: US Grand Prix Lap 3 - Where to Host an Event

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Alteryx
Alteryx

And now on to the final lap! We've completed a lap on data prep, one on predictive, and we round out the Grand Prix with a lap involving spatial.

 

This one was a nail-bitter in Anaheim, with two drivers finishing in the final seconds and @NicoleJohnson taking home the cup! 

 

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Enjoy!

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16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula
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11 - Bolide

This was a fun one. Thanks for posting!

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11 - Bolide

Sorry, here's my solution!

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16 - Nebula

Just a minor comment. The answer states that the Capacity of location 4 is 250, but it's actually 300.

 

Thanks for a great challenge!

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17 - Castor
17 - Castor

Nice quick finishing lap

 

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Location 4 with 178 attendees and 4440 total cost

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Dan

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12 - Quasar
12 - Quasar

Fun challenge!  

 

I'm with @DavidP on the Capacity.  Mine says 300 as well (in the start file).

 

 

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My initial thought was to go to the optimization tool, but quickly realized it could be solved using spatial tools and summarize.
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Fun challenge @JimmyG! here's my solution:

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Alteryx
Alteryx

Good catch, @DavidP. To peel back the curtain a bit, we do a significant amount of testing of these workflows and one of the things we test is to see if someone could stumble across the right answer in a way we did not intend. One of our testers found something that had me change the capacity, but looks like I posted an earlier version than the one with the "final" output.

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Alteryx
Alteryx

Sure thing, @JoBen! Thanks for solving!