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

JimmyG
Alteryx
Alteryx

As we gear up for the Grand Prix Europe Finals (finalists to be announced this week!), I wanted to give everyone a taste for what it takes to qualify for the Grand Prix.

 

This workflow was 1 of 9 that contestants could solve. They had 60 minutes to complete as many as possible, each netting points towards a final score. This question was worth 5 points (average question value was 4.67).

 

Good luck!

CharlieS
17 - Castor
17 - Castor
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patrick_digan
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula

Here's my solution:

 

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I joined on the non-spatial outputs from the spatial info tool
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ggruccio
13 - Pulsar
13 - Pulsar

Very fun spatial challenge!  Looks like I was thinking along the same lines as @CharlieS.

 

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ckings
7 - Meteor
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I would have taken too much time to solve this in the prelims unfortunately. Still a fun one though!
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JimmyG
Alteryx
Alteryx

@ckings keep working on the weekly challenges on the speed will come!

TylerNa
9 - Comet

Starting to understand these spatial tools more and more!

 

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maraquindoza
7 - Meteor

Attached is my solution 🙂

KOBoyle
11 - Bolide

Solution attached.

 

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Ladarthure
13 - Pulsar
13 - Pulsar

My solution, nice challenge!