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## Challenge #214: US Military and High Points

Alteryx

Not the simplest solution but a robust one.

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Florian Carrier
Solutions Engineer
Alteryx
7 - Meteor
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lazy guy answer without too much formula. could reduce 2/3 of the workflow using the formulas. Make columns could be used for more efficiency

Runtime is not that bad tho.

11 - Bolide

This was a fun one! First time using spatial plotting, but I figured it out. 🙂

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6 - Meteoroid

My solution - I try to use as basic a tool as possible, in the most basic, step-by-step way as I use these challenges as a fun way to train up the rest of my team.

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8 - Asteroid
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Solution Attached

Alteryx

I misunderstood the third question and assumed that "neighboring" meant "adjacent." So I solved for that first then checked the solution and realized the question just meant in another state. So both solutions are shown below.

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11 - Bolide

Thanks @Blake

I got it, just had some spare time to kill :'-) 😁

Thanks for the submission :folded-hands:

(edit : it seems emojis are not rendering properly)

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8 - Asteroid

Cool topic learning about the highest peaks in the U.S.

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8 - Asteroid

@patrick_digan your solution file is a blank start file.  I am interested in seeing the inner workings of your formula tool in the Highest Peak transformation.  Can you please reattach when you get a chance?

8 - Asteroid

Good Exercise for Data Preparation, Data Analysis and Spatial