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Challenge #243: Odd Man Out

mustel
8 - Asteroid

Great challenge 🙂

 

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rmassambane
8 - Asteroid

=D

Romy
7 - Meteor

My solution attached. Similar to others, got different answers to questions 1&2. 

 

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naresh5315
7 - Meteor

My answer is different from the given sample but it is matching with the rest of the team.

 

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TonyA
Alteryx
Alteryx

Found the same difference as many of the others.

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El Salvador is a tie for 2030 and 2035 (within a couple of ten-thousandths of a percent)
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Tyro_abc
11 - Bolide
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The answer would differ based on when you apply the "current year" filter. If you take the latest year for a country where the number of males is greater than that of females and then apply the current year filter, you would get the result as shown in the original post.
But if the sequence of filters is altered, we would get the result as explained by @Blake. As we are supposed to take the latest year( in past ), we should apply the current year filter before applying the other filter (number of male > number of female). 

A.Current Year Filter after getting the latest year where num of male > num of female:

1.

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2. 

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3.  

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B. If current year filter is applied before getting the latest year where num of male > num of female

 

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atcodedog05
17 - Castor

Data structuring. Fun challenge 🙂

 

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Cheers and Happy Analyzing 😀

aesanchez
7 - Meteor

Fun thing! First challenge.

Same results as @Blake, the first to answer.

mbogusz
8 - Asteroid

Way to land Answer1 @AkimasaKajitani with the 'Consecutive' column as a filter.  I'm still not sure what that's trying to show, but you got it.

 

Here is my solution with the alternative to Answer1

 

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AkimasaKajitani
14 - Magnetar

Hi @mbogusz 

 

Because it was written that the "last year", I filtered by using "consecutive" field.
It is to find out that if there are continuously more men than women at 2020.

 

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