Video: Perform batch geocoding with a Mapbox macro for Alteryx
This video shows Alteryx users how to use the Mapbox Search macro for Alteryx, powered by the Mapbox Geocoding API, to do batch geocoding operations:
- Batch forward geocoding operations convert batches of location strings, like addresses or city names, into latitude/longitude coordinates.
- Batch reverse geocoding operations convert batches of latitude/longitude coordinates into location names at granularity levels including country, region, postcode, district, place, locality, neighborhood, or street address.
Create a workflow
- 0:31 - Add data (like a list of addresses) to your Alteryx workflow.
- 0:47 - Download the Mapbox Search macro from the Alteryx gallery.
Use the macro
- 1:06 - Insert the Mapbox Search macro to your Alteryx workflow.
- 1:13 - Configure your workflow.
- 1:41 - Add your Mapbox access token to the configuration.
- 2:10 - Add Browse modules to see (and map) output data.
- 2:28 - Run the workflow.
See macro results
- 2:38 - See your output data.
- 2:47 - See your output data rendered on a map.
- 2:53 - See results in more detail, including accuracy and relevance scores.
- 3:25 - See the longitude, latitude, and centroid of each result.
Now you know how to do batch geocoding in Alteryx using the Mapbox Search macro.
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