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Challenge #301: New Year's Resolutions

acarter881
8 - Asteroid

Here's my solution. I don't think it's particularly elegant.

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JamesCharnley
8 - Asteroid
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Took a bit longer than I expected but not too bad.

Jean-Balteryx
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula

Here is my workflow !

MilindG
10 - Fireball
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RWvanLeeuwen
10 - Fireball

this analysis seems severely flawed - ranking row percentages? I mean it's a formatted table so we cant analyse it across the entire table rather on a row-by-row basis if we don't have the details. This challenge is way to extreme for microdata simulation so I am calling it a day

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tom_dobs
5 - Atom

Here's my solution to this challenge.

Brian32
8 - Asteroid

Challenge Solution:

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lkim524
8 - Asteroid

my solution

Abiramm1
8 - Asteroid

It's a bit messy but the browse tools are the answers and they're all correct :)

 

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lifranca
8 - Asteroid

Done! Thank you for the challenge!!

 

I didn't consider "others" in the first question.