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Challenge #220: Hedge Detection

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Alteryx Certified Partner
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my solution (I had to hardcode a bit but it works )

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8 - Asteroid
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My solution in attach

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My solution.

 

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12 - Quasar
12 - Quasar

Was like a fun game of connect the dots!

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Tricky with the inner perimeter

 

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14 - Magnetar
14 - Magnetar

Another fun one. Couldn't figure out a way to mathematically assign the points to farms, but once I got past that manual input the rest flowed

 

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Thinking of the hedges as line segments, made individual segments using Multi Row Formula. Interestingly, the Unique tool treats segments that start at point a and end at point b as unique from those that start at point b and end at point a. So, created a name for the hedges that contained the start and end points and "uniqued" on that field.

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8 - Asteroid

that was an excellent challenge.  i hardcoded all the field mappings (sadly).. 1 to map all the fields.. and 1 for the picket.. might think about this one and return to it before I look at some of solutions

 

 

 

 

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Here is my solution !

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11 - Bolide

I spent waaaay too long trying and failing to implement concave hull and edge-detection algorithms in Alteryx to try to dynamically build the individual fields (reminded me of some of the 2019 Advent of Code problems!) In the end, like everyone else, I ended up building a manual lookup table.

 

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Lookup table:

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