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Challenge #147: EMEA Grand Prix Prelims - Time Series

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Alteryx
Alteryx

Happy 2019! Your first weekly challenge of the year is a question from the 2018 EMEA Grand Prix preliminary round. You are tasked with building a time series model to predict how many units of a product should be stocked in the future to keep up with demand.

 

And, if you hadn't heard, we are hosting our first ever APAC Grand Prix at the Inspire on Tour event in Sydney on 21 March 2019. So if you plan to join us in Sydney, head over the Grand Prix blog and sign yourself up for the preliminary round. 

 

 

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Asteroid

Bit of a cheat given I did this in the prelims.

 

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My Solution!

@patrick_digan, I see you are starting off 2019 with your "Notify me the second the Weekly Challenge posts" alarm up and running... ;)

 

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Cheers to a new year of my favorite weekly activity!!

NJ

Alteryx Certified Partner
 
Bolide

Cheers!

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Asteroid

Happy New Year!

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Quasar

Happy 2019 everyone! So happy to return to one of my favorite weekly activities.

 

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Alteryx
Alteryx

Hello,

here is my solution.

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I have used the imputation tool because first I have tried to use the TS Forecast Factory and some products have missing values.