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Challenge #255: DATA-DRIVEN COCKTAIL RECIPE - Part 2

AYXAcademy
Alteryx
Alteryx

A solution to last week's challenge can be found here!

 

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It’s time to complete the data-driven cocktail recipe that we started last week! (If you missed Part 1, take a look back at last week’s challenge so you can finish up with a full recipe for a tasty beverage.) We’re again toasting the new Top Shelf Data Science podcast; have you checked out the first episode yet? 

 

This week, you’ll want to continue completing the Data-Driven Cocktail recipe in the PDF below, building on your work from last week.

 

This week, we’ll get those last few ingredients and instructions for our mystery cocktail! To do so, you’ll again use a mix of tools, including some data investigation and

predictive tools. If you’re “breaking the ice” (cocktail pun!) on those tools, here are a few resources that might help:

 

As before, we’re just checking out these tools, not trying to build The Ultimate Cocktail Prediction Model! You can leave the tools’ settings on their default options, unless otherwise directed, and use your results in the recipe.

 

And a reminder: You’ll need to install the R predictive tools for this challenge, if you don’t already have them.

patrick_digan
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula
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OllieClarke
13 - Pulsar
13 - Pulsar

Here's my solution:

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edit: - updated thanks to @ggruccio as I didn't spot the case problem with glasses

Here're my answers to all parts:

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phottovy
11 - Bolide

First time using the Contingency Table tool:

 

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Final PDF (with one difference from provided PDF):

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RolandSchubert
15 - Aurora
15 - Aurora
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JP_SDAK
8 - Asteroid

These 2 were a lot of fun - great exposure to some new tools for me, and review for others.  I admit I had to look at answers to figure out a couple -- was confused about 2nd ingredient (thought it meant 2nd association at first) and glasses (see spoiler)

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had to change case on glasses to count accurately

 

RenatoV
5 - Atom
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ggruccio
12 - Quasar
12 - Quasar

...continued from 254...

 

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The only thing that threw me a bit was cleansing the data on the type of glass so that it was title case....other than that I believe I was following.  I could not edit the pdf...so here is a text box with my answers as they would appear on the pdf

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alexnajm
8 - Asteroid

Cocktail complete! 🙂

LHolmes
8 - Asteroid

Is it 5'o'clock? (Somewhere). Great series to utilize some of the predictive and data investigation toolsets.

 

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