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It's Santalytics time and we got the spirit!
Mad skills chillin, the solution's out
and that's what community is all about!
Part 3 of #SANTALYTICS is here! While we all love a great poster, nothing really happens when you touch it. Let's bring the Periodic Table of Alteryx tools into the information age and make it interactive!
Goal: Take a visualization from Part 2 and make it easier to use, anyway you like! Here are some suggestions:
SANTALYTICS swag and the badge is attainable throughout 2017 - so tell your friends and co-workers!
After you have completed Part 3 and shared your cheer with the world, kick back and enjoy the rest of 2017. We'll be taking a break from Weekly Challenge until January 8, 2018 when we go live with Challenge #100. This gives you the chance to catch up on missed challenges or hone the skills you need to earn those crampons!
Created an interactive dashboard in Tableau where you can click on the tool category and only the tools in that category show up. Hovering over the tools shows basic tool information. Included the Alteryx workflow showing writing of .tde and the export of the tool files as .png. Zipped the files below.
Maybe somebody can help me out, I try to dynamically filter the output on Tool Category with a List Box in a macro. However this only works once, since the Replace a Specific String in the Update Value tool is overwritten. I'm fairly new to Alteryx and couldn't figure a solution that would work more than once. Any suggestions?
@Ilías In your action tool, You should change your separator from double to single quotes to match your start and end text. That looks like it would do it. You can use the interface designer > Test View > Open Debug to test out your macro and see what values it's actually replacing. You can see the quotes mismatch:
As we have a few weeks off, I decided to go all out on this one as a last bit of Alteryx effort for the year. So I made a personalised Periodic Table for all those who take part in the weekly challenges. See your own Periodic Table here: Periodic Table of alteryx Tools - Weekly Edition
I used the following steps to build this:
And here are the pics: