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Challenge #198: Beverage Inventory

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A solution to last week's challenge can be found here

 

This week's challenge comes to us from @bdelarosa - thank you for your contribution! 

 

Using the provided input files, organize the data to display:

 

- Inventory levels for products by location
- Previous sales history per product per location
- Average sales per product per location
- Total incoming product per product per location
- Earliest Purchase Order date a product may arrive.

 

Display all inventory levels even if no sales exist or no products are on purchase order.

 

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Alteryx Partner

This challenge is making me thirsty!

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Alteryx Partner

Here's my effort:

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Alteryx Certified Partner

There was some frustration trying to identify which table some of the fields were coming from but other than that a good fun challenge!

 

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Alteryx Partner

Shout out to the RGV locations in this challenge! 

 

 

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Magnetar
Magnetar

My solution!

 

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Cheers!!

NJ

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Asteroid

Solved!

Now I just gotta get some pop-tarts to go with these beers!

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Might be a more elegant way to do this - the unmatched fields were a bit of a pain, but I think I worked it out in the end! 
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Pulsar

Here is my solution. 

 

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Alteryx Certified Partner
Alteryx Certified Partner

My solution. Cheers.

 

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Asteroid

I found the most time-consuming thing was to add default missing values in a manual way such as Location, Inventory Qty, Units Sold, or dates; other than that, it was pretty straight forward doing a couple of joins to get solution.

 

Happy Monday!

 

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