2024 Week 01 – Leap Years


Happy new year and welcome to 2024! We have new contributors and a few ideas for this year, if you haven’t seen it already, you can find the announcement here.

In case you haven’t noticed yet, this year is a leap year so this weeks challenge aims at identifying those in CRMA. It is not the hardest challenge technically, however as far as I can tell, we are using an undocumented function, which might make it a bit tricky!


  • Create the bar chart below
  • Each bar represents one year (1895 – 2001)
  • the length of the bar is represents the “Value” in the dataset (it’s a random number so no insights to be gained here)
  • They are blue by default and red when they are a leap year
  • Notice that 1900 was NOT a leap year, while the year 2000 was. (That is correct)
  • The whole challenge does not need a recipe and all calculations should be done within a compare table in a CRMA dashboard

The resulting dashboard should look something like this:

Most programming languages have a modulo operator. You can use it here as well. 


You can find the dataset to use for this weeks challenge here: https://data.world/genetis/wow-2024-01-leap-years


After you finish your workout, share a screenshot of your solutions or interesting insights.

Either on Twitter using the hashtags #WOW2024 and #CRMA and tag @genetis@PreenzJ@LaGMills and @msayantani(Or you can use this handy link to do that)

Or on LinkedIn, tagging Alex Waleczek, Preena Johansen, Lauren Mills, Sayantani Mitra and Phillip Schrijnemaekers using the hashtags #WOW2024

Also make sure to fill out the Submission Tracker to track your progress and help us judge the difficulty of our challenges.


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