share data through the art of visualization weekly challenge 4
1. A data analyst gives a presentation about predicting upcoming investment opportunities. How does establishing a hypothesis help the audience understand their predictions?
2. According to the McCandless Method, what is the most effective way to first present a data visualization to an audience?
3. You are preparing for your first presentation at a new job. Which strategies can help you combat nervousness about presentations? Select all that apply.
4. You are preparing for a presentation and want to make sure your nerves don’t distract you from your presentation. Which practices can help you stay focused on an audience? Select all that apply.
5. You are running a colleague test with your coworkers. One coworker points out that she doesn’t understand one of your graphs. What can you do to prepare for presenting to your stakeholders? Select all that apply.
6. Your stakeholders express concern that the results of your analysis are very different from the predictions they made last year. Which kind of objection are they making?
7. A stakeholder objects to the steps of your analysis. What are some appropriate ways to respond to this objection? Select all that apply.
8. You notice that your audience is not as engaged as you’d like during your Q&A. Which of the following are ways to get them more involved?
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9. A purchaser at your company wants to optimize the price they will pay to order office supplies for the coming year. Which of the following is a good initial hypothesis to test in order to help the purchaser optimize their spending? Select all that apply.
- Office supply prices increase seasonally.
- Office supply prices remain the same throughout the year.
- The budget for office supplies should increase.
- The budget for office supplies can remain the same.