Week 1 – Visualizing data – Shuffle Q/A 1 Post author:Devendra Kumar Post published: Post comments:0 Comments 11. What type of data visualizations allow users to have some control over what they see? Answers Aesthetic visualizationsDynamic visualizationsGeometric visualizationsStatic visualizations 12. Design thinking is a process used to solve problems in a user-centric way. Answers TrueFalse 13. During which phase of the design process do you try to understand the emotions and needs of your target audience? Answers PrototypeIdeateTestEmpathize 14. A data analyst wants to make their visualizations more accessible by adding text explanations directly on the visualization. What is this called? Answers DistinguishingSubtitlingLabelingSimplifying 15. What should data analysts do to make presentations more accessible for people who are blind and people with low vision? Answers Minimize contrast between colorsRemove labels from dataProvide text alternativesAvoid using shapes and patterns to differentiate data 16. You need to create a chart that displays the number of data records in each age group of a dataset. What type of chart would best represent this data? Answers Histogram ChartRanked Bar ChartCorrelation ChartTime Series Chart 17. Which of the following is generally good practice when using bar charts? Answers Display the bars in ranked orderMake the gaps wider than the bars.Design bar charts with a single color.Avoid stacked bar charts. 18. What are the key elements of effective visualizations you should focus on when creating data visualizations? Select all that apply. Answers Clear meaningSophisticated use of contrastVisual formRefined execution Shuffle Q/A 2 19. Fill in the blank: Design thinking is a process used to solve complex problems _____. Answers as quickly as possiblein a user-centric wayusing a set order of processeswith minimal user input 20. Fill in the blank: A data analyst can make their visualizations more accessible by adding _____, which are text explanations placed directly on the visualizations. Answers labelslegendscalloutssubheadings Previous Next Please Share This Share this content Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Devendra Kumar Project Management Apprentice at Google You Might Also Like Project Justification Other Attacks Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.