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Challenge #278: Women Athletes and The Olympics

amitupadhyay
7 - Meteor
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cgoodman3
12 - Quasar
12 - Quasar

Here's my solution

 

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Chris
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bensilv
Alteryx
Alteryx

Great challenge!

 

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KPinto
7 - Meteor
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AngelosPachis
15 - Aurora

My solution for this week's challenge

 

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artur_warzecha
5 - Atom

* I replied to wrong post *

dYoast
8 - Asteroid

A little different order on the table, but I think I got it.

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marctowler
7 - Meteor
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binuacs
8 - Asteroid
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Maskell_Rascal
13 - Pulsar

For those wondering about why their table output doesn't match the solution, I offer two pieces of advice. 

 

  1. There is exactly 1,791 records in both starting files, and both contain the Olympic ID number.
  2. Keeping the above in mind, think about the different ways data can be combined using the Join Tool.

My Solution:

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Cheers!

Phil