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Challenge #311: Finding Whale Sharks

Christopher_A
5 - Atom

Here's what I've got!

 

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Toons
12 - Quasar

My solution :

 

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WBrennan88
6 - Meteoroid

Always love the spatial challenges! Please keep them coming as they are my favorite :)

 

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This whale traveled farthest, am jealous of it getting to swim off the coast of Australia

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xxreese
8 - Asteroid

easy peasy

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Watermark
10 - Fireball

Be aware of the number format your sum for miles uses if you want it to match the solution. 

 

 

 

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Whale of a TALE

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP3_sOEo8gg 

 

 

pedrofatecha
6 - Meteoroid


 PF Solution

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Pretty straight forward one but been a while since using the spatial tools.

 

BSilverblatt
8 - Asteroid

Thanks for the challenge! Here's my solution:

PhilBalderson
8 - Asteroid

Isn't it fantastic that such a complex piece of spatial work is achieved with a couple of spatial tools. Mind boggling. 

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Reesetrain2
8 - Asteroid

All,

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I used:
4 Joins
3 Summarize tools
2 Poly Builds
2 Record ID

It was fairly straight forward, as I used a RecordID offset method, where I used Record ID, then used the Formula Tool to offset by one (you could do this using Multi-row formula as well) . I also calculated the max speed of the Whale shark (27.8 MPH incase you want to know.)
-Cheers!

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Matt