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Challenge #62: Find the Duplicate Clicks

Alteryx
Alteryx

This solution to last week's challenge can be found HERE.

 

A website log tracks every click visitors are making on a particular link on the site in order to measure interest in the link.

However, web consumers are impatient and may click a link multiple times in short succession.

The goal of this exercise is to flag "duplicate clicks" that is defined as the event fire date happening within 30 seconds of the previous event fire date for the same user (IDFA) and device (DeviceID)

  • Data Analysis
  • Intermediate
alex
Fireball

not sure if I arrived early, but there was no workflow attached to your post.

Alteryx
Alteryx

@alex, the start file is now posted!

Alteryx Certified Partner
Alteryx Certified Partner

@JoeM,

 

I included a sort (to make sure that data is in time order).  Your challenges almost make Monday's something to look forward to..

 

Cheers,
Mark

ACE & Alteryx Certified Partner
Chaos reigns within. Repent, reflect and reboot. Order shall return.
alex
Fireball

Looked for a way to do it differently than @MarqueeCrew, but couldn't.  My workflow was the same as his.

Balders
Atom

I went a longer way around on the date parsing but got there in the end. I also assumed the data was pre-sorted from eyeballing the data.

 

Nice short challenge.

Max06270
Meteor

Hi guys, solution attached. this week was pretty straight forward, have a great week!

thank you

Alteryx
Alteryx

@MarqueeCrew... the critical word being "almost".  ;) 

 

 

csmilley
Atom

Fairly simple one I believe.

Took a while to write the expression, but quite a simple one.