What is the purpose of a bullet chart?

(A) Show the total for a single metric

(B) ​See how well a metric is performing against a target

(C) Identify a correlation between data points

(D) Highlight a single, critical metric

Explanation

Bullet Charts are a quick and easy way to see how well a metric is performing against target benchmarks. Bullet charts contain three components: (1) A center bar that shows the actual value of the metric you are using, (2) A vertical line that shows the target value, (3) Colored bands that represent various threshold ranges.

Conclusion

This question is a part of the Assessment 4 section of the Introduction to Data Studio Assessment exam. You can find all the answers with detailed explanation for this exam in our Introduction to Data Studio Assessment Answers page.

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