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Challenge #201: Wage Ain't Nothin' but a Number

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11 - Bolide

solution attached.

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15 - Aurora

Nice practice with the Interactive Chart, which I, hanging head in shame, had never used before.

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Alteryx Partner
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Check out my video solution here: https://www.dataprepsolutions.com/2020/02/alteryx-weekly-challenge-201.html

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9 - Comet

Good concept, but I think I would push for more background information and a cleaner data set before making any type of decision based on these graphs. I also think that it would be more applicable to see the effective rate per region (the greater of Federal or Local).

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Alteryx Certified Partner

My solution 🙂

 

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Alteryx Certified Partner

It took me longer than I'd like to remember/work out how to colour the lines 😞

 

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13 - Pulsar

My workflow.  I like the challenges that keep you sharp on reporting tools.

 

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8 - Asteroid

My solution attached.

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Alteryx Certified Partner

Hey there,

 

this is my first challenge, so I hope there are no rules that I violated.

 

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Have a nice day!

 

Best,

 

Johannes

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8 - Asteroid

Took a little bit of investigation and frustration to realize that I had to transpose the data to add the individual layers because I work on an old version of Alteryx (2018.3) that doesn't have the layer split functionality yet. 

 

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