Introduction to Data Studio Assessment 3 Answers

This article provides all the answers with detailed explanation for the Assessment 3 questions from the Introduction to Data Studio course.


Introduction to Data Studio Answers Assessment 3

Q.1 – What is the purpose of extracting data?

(A) Create robust data sources with over 100MB of data

(B) Maintain a live connection between your data set and data source

(C) Use connectors not available through Google or partners

(D) Use​ a subset of your original data for faster report performance

Q.2 – What does the “refresh fields” button in the data source do?

(A) Update stale data in your report’s charts

(B) ​Reflect changes made to the data set’s schema

(C) Save changes you make to the data source fields

(D) Saves updates made to data source field names

Q.3 – What is unique about a report-level component, compared to a page-level component?

(A) Report​ -level components appear in the same position on each page

(B) Report-level components are the default component type Report-level

(C) Report-level components can reference multiple data sources at once Report-level

(D) Report-level components have interactive properties for viewers to filter data

Q.4 – What is one benefit of using blended data?

(A) The ability to combine data from different time periods in one chart

(B) The ability to visualize data from multiple data sources in one chart

(C) The ability to join multiple data sources without any common dimensions

(D) The ability to share combined data sources between reports

Q.5 – What does a filter control allow viewers to do?

(A) Select a different data source to visualize

(B) Filter​ report data based on one or more dimension values

(C) Change the date range of a report

(D) Import their own data into your report template

Q.6 – What do the Theme tab settings affect?

(A) All reports in your account

(B) All​ components in the open report

(C) All components in the open page

(D) The selected component only

Q.7 – What can a single filter control affect? (select three)

(A) Charts

(B) Scorecards

(C) Groups of components

(D) Multiple dimensions

Q.8 – What is required for a single chart to reference data from two different data sources?

(A) Attach both data sources to the report

(B) Select the appropriate dimensions from the chart data tab

(C) Create​ a blended data source

(D) Add a data control to the report

Q.9 – Which sharing option always requires recipients to log in with their Google account?

(A) Shareable link

(B) Invitation to edit

(C) PDF download

(D) Viewer’s credentials

Q.10 – What is the purpose of creating a thumbnail image of your report?

(A) Invite others to view your report’s first page and hover for more detail

(B) ​Give users with view or edit access a preview of your report before opening

(C) Allow users to quickly download a non-interactive copy of your report

(D) Download a full-size PDF for offline viewing

About Introduction to Data Studio Assessment 3

introduction to data studio assessment answers

Assessment 3 tests you with 10 questions from the third module. These are questions based on the topics of Connect Data, Create a new Report and Add Charts, Add and configure report controls, and share reports with others. The questions are based on simple basic concepts and you can easily clear it with our answers.


This post provides all the answers to the exam with detailed explanation. You should check the explanation for every answer to understand the concept better. You can check out our solution to other assessment exams from this course on our Introduction to Data Studio Assessment 1 Answers page, Introduction to Data Studio Assessment 2 Answers page, Introduction to Data Studio Assessment 4 Answers page, and Introduction to Data Studio Assessment Answers artikel.

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