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Challenge #133: US Grand Prix Prelims - NASA Location Analysis

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This one wasn't too bad, although I had just recently used a bunch of these tools for another project so I knew just what to do! 

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@jvansisine you use the Poly-build tool often? I'm interested to hear the use case!

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I don't know if there is a big advantage of one over the other, @EstherB47. The spatial calculations are apparently faster in a Formula tool versus the Spatial tools (like distance), so I would imagine that might apply to Summarize versus Poly-build.

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@JimmyG Not all that often, but recently yes.

I’ve been playing around with different data sets on hurricane tracks and Minneapolis bike share rides for a training class I’m putting together.
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Here is my solution.

 

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Here's my solution:

 

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Lots of tools used, but was able to work through it pretty quickly

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My first solution to the Weekly Challenge Series.

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This one was familiar. I did it a lot quicker this time.

 

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My first sub 🙂
This is definitively not the most optimized workflow !