Video: Map travel distances with a Mapbox macro for Alteryx
This video tutorial shows Alteryx users how to use the Mapbox Isochrones macro for Alteryx, powered by the Isochrone API, to create isochrone polygons for driving, walking, and cycling.
Isochrone polygons represent map areas that are reachable from a given starting point, within a specified amount of time, given a specific routing profile.
- 0:20 - Copy your Mapbox access token.
Create a workflow
- 0:26 - Add data (like a list of coordinate pairs) to your Alteryx workflow.
- 0:31 - Download the Mapbox Isochrones macro from the Alteryx gallery.
Use the macro
- 0:44 - Insert the Mapbox Isochrones macro to your Alteryx workflow.
- 0:49 - Add your access token to the configuration.
- 0:55 - Configure your workflow.
- 1:50 - Add Browse modules to see (and map) output data.
- 1:54 - Run the workflow.
See macro results
- 2:02 - See your output data on a map and in tabular format.
Now you know how to create isochrone polygons in Alteryx using the Mapbox Isochrones macro.
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