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Challenge #282: Analyzing Earthquakes

BenoitC
Alteryx
Alteryx

Nice one ! Thanks for sharing

Benoit Conley

Sales Engineer
Alteryx, Inc.

mike_w
8 - Asteroid

I felt shaken but I recovered and solved it !

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kelly_gilbert
12 - Quasar

My solution is similar to others above, except I made the date range for the chart title dynamic (if future data contained different dates, it would update automatically).

 

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kelvinlaw
8 - Asteroid

Here is my solution:

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Question 1 answer:

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Question 2 answer:

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Question 3 answer:

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Emil_Kos
16 - Nebula

Hi,

 

It is a good refresher of the map tool! It was really fun!

 

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ryan-bush
Alteryx
Alteryx

Fun challenge to start the week!

anilmekna
6 - Meteoroid

Here is my submission..

Reesetrain2
8 - Asteroid

All,

 

My submission:

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 I used Split to columns, formula tool to trim the date column and then a TimeDate with %A to get day of the week.
-I reversed the color coding to show the bigger earthquakes as red vice blue...
Reesetrain

Nelson_D
6 - Meteoroid

Hi Guys,

 

Please find my solution to Weekly Challenge #282.

 

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Thanks

D Nelson

ywang7
7 - Meteor
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