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Challenge #354: Analyze the World Cup Location

ydevis
8 - Asteroid
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Watermark
11 - Bolide
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JamesCharnley
12 - Quasar

#354 solution

 

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AngelPradeesh
6 - Meteoroid

1. In order to get to the solution make sure to filter city to everything except Doha and then use the Create points tool in order to configure the latitude and longitude. Then attach a browse tool to the output anchor and run the workflow. After the workflow runs, you can click on the browse tool and set the output to Alteryx Light mode to view the desirable output.

 

2. For the second output, connect create points tool to the false anchor of the filter used in the previous step and configure the latitude and longitude. Use and append fields tool to join outputs from true and false anchors of the filter tool. After that, use the "distance tool and configure the centroid to get the distance in miles. Use a select tool to get the desired output. 

 

Thanks!

jhonken
6 - Meteoroid
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alexnajm
11 - Bolide

Loving the continuation of the World Cup theme 🙂

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balajilolla1
8 - Asteroid
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RWvanLeeuwen
11 - Bolide

I tried building my workflow using the trackpad for a change

 

Here's my take in 4 tools

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becky-pattinson
7 - Meteor

My solution for this week. First time using Spatial Tools.

RolandSchubert
16 - Nebula
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