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I like these very quick challenges, took me about 12 mins because I'm bad at reading instructions first... ;-)
Took a little while, because the instructions on the file were the same as in the previous (and could not access the web)
Some confusing wording here. The output guided me into actually finding out what was meant and it'd be more useful to be able to do this without essentially a worked example. Good to use the Pearson Correlation though!
Challenge 30, solved.
Most fun challenge yet! I liked the time pressure.
14:25 but the Pearson Correlation took me the longest. After googling the formula, I found there was a built in tool!
Here is my solution, first time using the Pearson correlation. Thanks!
Very excited to be getting the hang of these challenges.
Was scratching my head for a while about that Pearson Correlation one until I realised there's a tool specifically for that purpose :')
Like others, I had to Google to figure out what a Pearson Correlation was. I should've just typed it into Alteryx to pull up the tool right away.