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Challenge #219: Who Runs The World? Girls

OllieClarke
13 - Pulsar
13 - Pulsar

Here's my solution

 

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jigsp30
6 - Meteoroid

Here is the solution

jyothiganti
7 - Meteor

My solution for Challenge # 219.

RWvanLeeuwen
10 - Fireball

Reading the question and understanding what the goal is, is about 90% of the work with this challenge.

 

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relative changes or absolute changes? Exporting linear slopes across all years or using just the 2 periods to indicate how that percentage changed. There's really no use for the % of level 1 to visualise that as well? Interesting...relative changes or absolute changes? Exporting linear slopes across all years or using just the 2 periods to indicate how that percentage changed. There's really no use for the % of level 1 to visualise that as well? Interesting...
AngelosPachis
15 - Aurora

Challenge #219 solved

 

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seinchyiwoo
Alteryx Alumni (Retired)
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pasccout
8 - Asteroid

Here is my solution

izamryan
8 - Asteroid

Piece of cake!

 

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Although I might suggest that the absolute difference between the 2013 % and the 2019 % might not necessarily be the best indicator of "biggest improvement"? 

Have dumped the data into Tableau to see if I can explore the relationship

thomas22hn
6 - Meteoroid

🙂

htrivedi123
8 - Asteroid

Interesting but easy peasy unless I am wayyyy off!