Week 4 – Organizing and protecting your data – Shuffle Q/A 1

11. Data analysts use archiving to separate current from past work. It also cuts down on clutter.

  • True
  • False

12. Fill in the blank: Data analysts create _____ to structure their folders.

  • scales
  • sequences
  • ladders
  • hierarchies

13. A data analyst wants to ensure only people on their analytics team can access, edit, and download a spreadsheet. They can use which of the following tools? Select all that apply.

  • Sharing permissions
  • Templates
  • Filtering
  • Encryption

14. A data analyst wants to share spreadsheet tab A with their team. They’re still working with tabs B and C, and they don’t want their team members to access them yet. Hiding tabs B and C will protect them from being accessed.

  • True
  • False

15. A data analytics team labels its files to indicate their content, creation date, and version number. The team is using what data organization tool?

  • File-naming verifications
  • File-naming conventions
  • File-naming attributes
  • File-naming references

16. To align file naming and storage practices, it’s useful to develop metadata practices with your data analytics team.

  • True
  • False

17. What process do data analysts use to keep project-related files together and organize them into subfolders?

  • Foldering
  • Encrypting
  • Editing
  • Naming

18. A data analyst completes a project. They move project files to another location to keep them separate from their current work. This is an example of what process?

  • Renaming files
  • Archiving files
  • Destroying files
  • Duplicating files

Shuffle Q/A 2

19. A data analyst adds sharing permissions to limit who can edit the data contained within a file. This is an example of what?

  • Data validation
  • Data integrity
  • Data security
  • Data ethics

20. What aspects of a file do file-naming conventions typically describe? Select all that apply.

  • Creation date
  • Content
  • Version number
  • Collaborators

Devendra Kumar

Project Management Apprentice at Google

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