1. 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
2. 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
3. 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
- Only if you’ve revoked access
4. Which types of components can be included in a report?
5. Which term refers to the underlying data that can be connected to Data Studio?
- Data set
- Data source
- Data control
- Data connection
6. 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
7. 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
8. 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
9. 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
10. Which feature helps you create a new report quickly?
- Owner’s credentials
- Edit access