Week 4 – Organizing and protecting your data – Shuffle Q/A 2

21. Fill in the blank: A data analytics team uses _____ to indicate consistent naming conventions for a project. This is an example of using data about data.

  • folder hierarchies
  • classifications
  • metadata
  • version control

22. A data analyst creates a file that lists people who donated to their organization’s fund drive. An effective name for the file is FundDriveDonors_20210216_V01.

  • True
  • False

23. Data analysts use archiving to separate current from past work. What does this process involve?

  • Using secure data-erase software to destroy old files
  • Reviewing current data files to confirm they’ve been cleaned
  • Moving files from completed projects to another location
  • Reorganizing and renaming current files

24. Data analysts create hierarchies to organize their folders. They do this by structuring folders by specific topics at the top, then more broadly below.

  • True
  • False

25. A data analyst creates a spreadsheet with five tabs. They want to share the data in tabs 1-4 with a client. Tab 5 contains private information about other clients. Which of the following tactics will enable them to keep tab 5 private? Select all that apply.

  • Rename tab 5 to include the word “private” then share the spreadsheet with the client.
  • Hide tab 5, then share the spreadsheet with the client.
  • Copy tabs 1-4 into a separate spreadsheet, then share the new file with the client.
  • Make a copy of the spreadsheet, delete tab 5, then share the new file with the client.

Devendra Kumar

Project Management Apprentice at Google

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