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Rookie here, I have been breaking my head all day trying to figure this one out… I have tried different approaches trying to figure this out and looking all over this site for some references, but I have come short and hit a roadblock. This is my code currently: I’m trying to get it to console log like this: However,
I want to create a function that will return the number with highest frequency(mode). For example: if array contains [10, 4, 5, 2, 4] the output should be 4. If there is more than one mode, I want to return the one that appeared in the array first (ie. [10,2,5, 4, 5, 2, 4] should return 2 because it appeared
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I have a list of geojson features that each have an asset ID in their properties. I want to manipulate the geojson so I am left with only a single feature per asset ID, with the properties from each feature found added to the feature properties. As an example, the following geojson has 4 features; 2 of them have an
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