21. A data analyst wants to save stakeholders time and effort when working with a Tableau dashboard. They also want to direct stakeholders to the most important data. What process can they use to achieve both goals?
22. Fill in the blank: An effective slideshow guides your audience through your main communication points, but it does not repeat every word you say. A best practice is to keep text to fewer than _____ lines and 25 words per slide.
23. A data analyst has multiple points to show with the same visualization. What should they do to communicate these points effectively to their audience?
- Save some of the points to use in another presentation
- Create a new visualization for each point they need to make
- Limit the number of points to only a few that are the most relevant
- Identify each point on the same visualization using arrows
24. A data analyst wants to tell a story with data. As a first step, they consider who will be listening to the data story and focus on capturing and holding their audience's interest. Which step of data storytelling does this describe?
25. You are preparing to communicate to an audience about an analysis project. You know that audience engagement is a crucial part of getting them to listen to what you have to say. You compile a list of the insights from your work and review it to identify both the key takeaways and the details that are less relevant. What process does this describe?
26. A data analyst is designing a dashboard. They make sure that the charts, graphs, and other visual elements are balanced and make good use of available space. What dashboard best practice does this describe?
27. You are sharing your Tableau dashboard with stakeholders. What process can you implement so the stakeholders do not need to filter the dashboard themselves?
28. You want to include a visual in your slideshow that will update automatically when its original source file updates. Which of the following actions will enable you to do so?
- Copy and paste the visual into the presentation
- Take a screenshot of the visual and paste it into the presentation
- Link the original visual within the presentation
- Embed the visual into the presentation