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Challenge #26: Service Technician Travel Distance

belalmos
7 - Meteor

Thanks for the challenge ,My Solution

Ben_Jeffreys
8 - Asteroid

My submission

steven4320555
8 - Asteroid

This one is straight forward.

(Edit: Just realised that my solution is simpler compared with many others, as I have used spatial function, thanks to the input data is already a spatial type.)

 

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Shelbey
8 - Asteroid

I was only able to get the straight-line distance.

joshvbarth
8 - Asteroid
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freewind
7 - Meteor

straight line only

For drive distance, do I need to prepare data myself by drawing?

seinchyiwoo
Alteryx Alumni (Retired)

using the distance function in multirow formula instead.

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deepaprash
8 - Asteroid

Done

Zangoly
8 - Asteroid

I was initially trying to create a new column that has the 'spatial' data type but i did not know how so i had to use the solution, which went down a different route which I still don't fully understand how it worked.

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Jean-Balteryx
14 - Magnetar

Here is my solution !