Week 4 – Organizing and protecting your data – Shuffle Q/A 1 Post author:Devendra Kumar Post published: Post comments:0 Comments 11. Data analysts use archiving to separate current from past work. It also cuts down on clutter. Answer TrueFalse 12. Fill in the blank: Data analysts create _____ to structure their folders. Answer scalessequencesladdershierarchies 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. Answer Sharing permissionsTemplatesFilteringEncryption 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. Answer TrueFalse 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? Answer File-naming verificationsFile-naming conventionsFile-naming attributesFile-naming references 16. To align file naming and storage practices, it’s useful to develop metadata practices with your data analytics team. Answer TrueFalse 17. What process do data analysts use to keep project-related files together and organize them into subfolders? Answer Foldering EncryptingEditingNaming 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? Answer Renaming filesArchiving filesDestroying filesDuplicating 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? Answer Data validationData integrityData securityData ethics 20. What aspects of a file do file-naming conventions typically describe? Select all that apply. Answer Creation dateContentVersion numberCollaborators 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 Week 4 – Sharing research insights for better designs Week 2 – Creating paper and digital wireframes 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.