Exam Name: Introduction to Data Studio Assessment
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- Unit 1: Welcome to Data Studio
- Lesson 1: Data Studio overview
- Lesson 2: How Data Studio works
- Lesson 3: Access controls
- Unit 2: Navigate Data Studio
- Lesson 1: Data Studio Home page
- Lesson 2: Data source overview
- Lesson 3: Report overview
- Lesson 4: Report edit mode overview
- Unit 3: Build your first report
- Lesson 1: Connect Data
- Lesson 2: Create a new report and add charts
- Lesson 3: Add and configure report controls
- Lesson 4: Share reports with others
- Unit 4: Format and Design Reports
- Lesson 1: Data visualization basics
- Lesson 2: Create and use report templates
1. Is this course for me?
Introduction to Data Studio is a beginner-level course for anyone new to Data Studio, or for anyone wishing to brush up on the basics of connecting data and building a report.
- What are the benefits of using Data Studio?
- Which are examples of data sets?
- Once you’ve connected your data in Data Studio, how often do you need to manually provide your data set credentials again?
- Which types of components can be included in a report?
- Which term refers to the underlying data that can be connected to Data Studio?
- Which access permission would you provide to a coworker to collaborate with them on a report?
- To share your report via a public link and allow all viewers to see chart data, which data source setting would you choose?
- What is the order in which data flows into Data Studio charts?
- 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?
- Which feature helps you create a new report quickly?
- Which actions can you take on the Data Studio Home page?
- Which is the best tool to quickly visualize data that answers a specific question without saving or sharing it?
- What can you do with the Explorer tool?
- What can you do with calculated fields?
- What can an individual viewing a report do?
- What is the benefit of using the Theme tab?
- Which components must get their data from a data source?
- In which ways can you change an existing field?
- What must the data source owner do to allow report editors to modify data fields?
- Which setting makes your report larger?
- What is the purpose of extracting data?
- What does the “refresh fields” button in the data source do?
- What is unique about a report-level component, compared to a page-level component?
- What is one benefit of using blended data?
- What does a filter control allow viewers to do?
- What do the Theme tab settings affect?
- What can a single filter control affect?
- What is required for a single chart to reference data from two different data sources?
- Which sharing option always requires recipients to log in with their Google account?
- What is the purpose of creating a thumbnail image of your report?
- Which reflects a best practice for designing your report?
- How can you use any Data Studio report as a template?
- What is the purpose of a bullet chart?
- What is the purpose of templates?
- What is the purpose of a scatter plot?