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Q1. What type of data visualization does Tableau NOT support?

  • Bar charts
  • Line charts
  • Scatter plots
  • 3D pie charts

Q2. In Tableau, what is a "Dimension"?

  • A measure of the variation or spread of a set of values
  • A calculated field based on mathematical operations
  • A categorical field containing qualitative data
  • A numeric field containing quantitative data

Q3. How can you create a calculated field in Tableau?

  • By dragging and dropping a field onto the visualization canvas
  • By importing a custom script written in Python or R
  • By using the "Create Calculated Field" option in the Data menu
  • By adjusting the color palette of the visualization

Q4. What does the "Marks" card in Tableau represent?

  • The data source connected to the visualization
  • The legend for the visualization
  • The level of detail and aggregation applied to the data
  • The color scheme used in the visualization

Q5. Which feature in Tableau allows for real-time data connections and updates?

  • Data Blending
  • Tableau Prep
  • Tableau Public
  • Tableau Live Querying

Q6. How can you filter data in Tableau?

  • By adjusting the font size of the visualization
  • By rearranging the order of fields in the data source
  • By creating filters using dimensions or measures
  • By exporting the visualization to a CSV file

Q7. What is the purpose of a "Dashboard" in Tableau?

  • To store and manage data sources used in visualizations
  • To create custom calculations and data transformations
  • To display multiple visualizations together for easier analysis
  • To import and export workbooks containing Tableau visualizations

Q8. In Tableau, what does "Aggregation" refer to?

  • The process of joining multiple data sources together
  • The arrangement and organization of fields in a visualization
  • The mathematical function applied to summarize data, such as sum, average, count, etc.
  • The selection and highlighting of specific data points in a visualization

Q9. How can you drill down into more detailed data in Tableau?

  • By exporting the visualization to a PDF file
  • By adjusting the visualization's color palette
  • By clicking on a data point or category to see more granular information
  • By resizing the visualization on the dashboard

Q10. What does the "Show Me" feature in Tableau do?

  • It exports the visualization to an external application
  • It reveals hidden data sources in the workbook
  • It suggests relevant visualization types based on the selected fields
  • It creates custom calculations and aggregates the data

Q11. How can you combine data from multiple sources in Tableau?

  • By manually typing the data into a new worksheet
  • By exporting the data to Excel and then importing it into Tableau
  • By using Data Blending or joining tables based on common fields
  • By adjusting the visualization's layout and design options

Q12. What is the purpose of Tableau Prep Builder?

  • To create custom calculations and aggregates in Tableau
  • To design and publish dashboards for data visualization
  • To connect Tableau to external data sources and live databases
  • To clean, shape, and transform data before analysis and visualization

Q13. How can you sort data in Tableau?

  • By adjusting the visualization's color scheme
  • By rearranging fields in the data source
  • By right-clicking on a field and selecting the desired sorting option
  • By exporting the visualization to a PowerPoint presentation

Q14. What is the purpose of the "Hierarchy" feature in Tableau?

  • To store and organize data sources within the workbook
  • To create custom calculations and aggregates based on user-defined criteria
  • To import and export workbooks containing Tableau visualizations
  • To group related dimensions or members into a logical structure for easier analysis

Q15. How can you create a dual-axis chart in Tableau?

  • By exporting the visualization to a CSV file and then importing it back
  • By adjusting the font size and color of the visualization
  • By dragging a second measure onto the right side of the visualization pane
  • By rearranging fields in the data source

Q16. What is a "Table Calculation" in Tableau?

  • A visualization type used for displaying data in tabular format
  • A custom calculation created by the user to manipulate data
  • A calculation performed on the data within a visualization, such as running total, moving average, etc.
  • A feature used to blend data from multiple sources

Q17. How can you create a geographic map visualization in Tableau?

  • By exporting the data to Google Earth
  • By typing the latitude and longitude coordinates into a worksheet
  • By dragging geographic fields like country or city onto the visualization canvas
  • By adjusting the font size and color of the visualization

Q18. What is the purpose of the "Tableau Public" platform?

  • To share and collaborate on Tableau workbooks within a private organization
  • To access premium features and advanced analytics tools in Tableau
  • To publish and share Tableau visualizations publicly on the web
  • To connect Tableau to live databases and external data sources

Q19. How can you create a parameter in Tableau?

  • By connecting Tableau to an external API
  • By exporting the visualization to a PDF file
  • By adjusting the visualization's layout and design options
  • By right-clicking on a field and selecting "Create Parameter"

Q20. What is the purpose of the "Alert" feature in Tableau?

  • To display error messages when there are issues with data connections
  • To automatically update data sources and refresh visualizations
  • To connect Tableau to external databases and live data sources
  • To notify users when specific conditions or thresholds are met in the data