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Challenge #222: Where There's a Whale There's a Way

7 - Meteor

 

I think I could have saved some steps here, but this is a simple and hopefully logical flow. I rounded my answer because fractions of a km seem unfair - when a whale has done hundreds of km, what is a few meters between friends?

 

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5 - Atom

Interesting data joining and aggregation problem.

8 - Asteroid

Whales are magical! Love the sea. Fun core challenge!

 

Whale off San Francisco on the way to the Farallon Islands.Whale off San Francisco on the way to the Farallon Islands.

 

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12 - Quasar
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Thank you, this was a fun first challenge as a Newbie.

6 - Meteoroid

Solved!

7 - Meteor

Wildlife migration is an interesting topic to explore through data, and I thoroughly enjoyed playing around with it in this fictitious dataset. 

Here is my solution:

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Here is my solution:

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8 - Asteroid

Its my first challenge .

Thumbs up for the question.

6 - Meteoroid

This is my first weekly challenge submission. I tried not to look at any spoilers, so whale see how this goes!