Introduction to Data Studio Assessment Answers 2021

Exam Name: Introduction to Data Studio

Exam URL: https://analytics.google.com/analytics/academy/course/10

Q1. What are the benefits of using Data Studio?

  • Allows you to visualize your own data
  • Free of charge
  • Accessible on web-connected devices
  • Access to additional attribution models

Q2. Which are examples of data sets?

  • Google​-generated data, such as Google Analytics or Google Sheets
  • A data source based on a CSV file
  • Metrics and dimensions typed directly into Data Studio
  • Amazon sales data

Q3. Once you’ve connected your data in Data Studio, how often do you need to manually provide your data set credentials again?

  • Every time you load the report
  • Monthly
  • Annually
  • Only​ if you’ve revoked access

Q4. Which types of components can be included in a report?

  • Text
  • Images
  • Charts
  • Templates

Q5. Which term refers to the underlying data that can be connected to Data Studio?

  • Data set
  • Data source
  • Data control
  • Data connection

Q6. Which access permission would you provide to a coworker to collaborate with them on a report?

  • Can view report
  • Can edit report
  • Can view data source
  • Can edit data source

Q7. To share your report via a public link and allow all viewers to see chart data, which data source setting would you choose?

  • Invite user to view
  • Invite user to edit
  • Use​ owner’s credentials
  • Use viewer’s credentials

Q8. What is the order in which data flows into Data Studio charts?

  • Data set data source report chart
  • Data source data set report chart
  • Component data source report chart
  • Data set report data source chart

Q9. If you upload data from a CSV file to create a data set in Google Cloud, how can you update that data set in the future?

  • Upload a CSV file with only the new rows of data
  • Upload a CSV file with all the original data and additional data
  • Click the refresh fields icon in the data source to automatically upload changes from the file on your computer
  • Manually edit the data in the Data Studio report

Q10. Which feature helps you create a new report quickly?

  • Owner’s credentials
  • Edit access
  • Templates
  • Controls

Q11. Which actions can you take on the Data Studio Home page?

  • Create a new report
  • Share a report with others
  • Edit data source fields
  • Connect​ to data

Q12. Which is the best tool to quickly visualize data that answers a specific question without saving or sharing it?

  • Data source
  • Explorer
  • Report Gallery
  • Templates

Q13. What can you do with the Explorer tool?

  • Invite others to view or edit your explorations
  • Export​ an exploration as a chart into a new or existing report
  • Toggle between view and edit modes
  • Automatically save all changes to explorations

Q14. What can you do with calculated fields?

  • Create​ a metric or dimension using a mathematical formula
  • Change an existing field’s aggregation
  • Transform tables into pie charts
  • Disable fields from the data source

Q15. What can an individual viewing a report do?

  • Hover over charts to see specific data point information
  • Filter data
  • Select a date range
  • Make a page-level component report-level

Q16. What is the benefit of using the Theme tab?

  • The ability to adjust a report’s canvas size, grid settings, and page navigation position
  • The ability to set consistent font and color selections for all components
  • The ability to use templates for quick report building
  • The ability to enable field editing in reports

Q17. Which components must get their data from a data source?

  • Images
  • Bar charts
  • Scorecards
  • Embedded content

Q18. In which ways can you change an existing field?

  • Display the count of unique field values
  • Change the format of a date field
  • Display the output of a custom mathematical formula using the field
  • Change the name

Q19. What must the data source owner do to allow report editors to modify data fields?

  • Enable field editing in reports
  • Use owner’s credentials
  • Give edit access to the data source
  • Prevent editors from changing access and adding new people

Q20. Which setting makes your report larger?

  • Style tab
  • Canvas size
  • Report theme
  • Grid settings

Q21. What is the purpose of extracting data?

  • Create robust data sources with over 100MB of data
  • Maintain a live connection between your data set and data source
  • Use connectors not available through Google or partners
  • Usea subset of your original data for faster report performance

Q22. What does the “refresh fields” button in the data source do?

  • Update stale data in your report’s charts
  • ​Reflect changes made to the data set’s schema
  • Save changes you make to the data source fields
  • Saves updates made to data source field names

Q23. What is unique about a report-level component, compared to a page-level component?

  • Report-level components appear in the same position on each page
  • Report-level components are the default component type Report-level
  • components can reference multiple data sources at once Report-level
  • components have interactive properties for viewers to filter data

Q24. What is one benefit of using blended data?

  • The ability to combine data from different time periods in one chart
  • The ability to visualize data from multiple data sources in one chart
  • The ability to join multiple data sources without any common dimensions
  • The ability to share combined data sources between reports

Q25. What does a filter control allow viewers to do?

  • Select a different data source to visualize
  • Filter​ report data based on one or more dimension values
  • Change the date range of a report
  • Import their own data into your report template

Q26. What do the Theme tab settings affect?

  • All reports in your account
  • All​ components in the open report
  • All components in the open page
  • The selected component only

Q27. What can a single filter control affect?

  • Charts
  • Scorecards
  • Groups of components
  • Multiple dimensions

Q28. What is required for a single chart to reference data from two different data sources?

  • Attach both data sources to the report
  • Select the appropriate dimensions from the chart data tab
  • Create​ a blended data source
  • Add a data control to the report

Q29. Which sharing option always requires recipients to log in with their Google account?

  • Shareable link
  • Invitation to edit
  • PDF download
  • Viewer’s credentials

Q30. What is the purpose of creating a thumbnail image of your report?

  • Invite others to view your report’s first page and hover for more detail
  • ​Give users with view or edit access a preview of your report before opening
  • Allow users to quickly download a non-interactive copy of your report
  • Download a full-size PDF for offline viewing

Q31. Which reflects a best practice for designing your report?

  • Use only one report per page, including much text annotation to summarize findings
  • Use the first page as a high-level overview, and add additional pages as needed for more detail
  • Use contrasting colors for each different chart
  • Use pie charts to compare 10+ segments of a whole

Q32. How can you use any Data Studio report as a template?

  • Copy the report as new and select your data source(s)
  • Copy the data source and select your data set(s)
  • Use templates available on the Data Studio Home page
  • Ask the report owner to enable viewer’s credentials

Q33. What is the purpose of a bullet chart?

  • Show the total for a single metric
  • ​See how well a metric is performing against a target
  • Identify a correlation between data points
  • Highlight a single, critical metric

Q34. What is the purpose of templates?

  • Quickstart data source creation
  • Quickstart report creation
  • Offer design tips based on connector
  • Extract data for improved report load time

Q35. What is the purpose of a scatter plot?

  • Observe trends over time
  • Track performance against a target
  • Identify a relationship between variables
  • Compare multiple parts of a whole