Multiple Choice Questions
- What is the primary purpose of dynamic filter controls in Looker Studio?
- What function is commonly used to create dynamic filter controls?
- Which component can have dynamic dimensions in Looker Studio?
- What is an exploration interface in Looker Studio?
a. To provide fixed dimensions for charts and tables b. To allow users to filter data based on their input c. To create static dropdown menus d. To limit user interaction with the data
a. SUM b. COUNT c. IF d. CASE
a. Charts b. Tables c. Dropdown menus d. All of the above
a. A set of static components that display data b. A comprehensive interface that allows users to interact with data c. A simple interface with limited user interaction d. A fixed set of dimensions applied to charts and tables
- Dynamic filter controls always have a fixed dimension.
- Dynamic dimensions can only be applied to charts.
- A comprehensive exploration interface in Looker Studio can be as complex or simple as desired.
- The result of a _______ function is often used as the dimension for dynamic filter controls.
- Dynamic filter controls enable users to interact with the data in ways that best suit their _______.
Open-Ended Long Answer Question
- Imagine you are designing a Looker Studio dashboard for a marketing team. Describe an example of a dynamic filter control that you could create and explain how it would benefit the team.
I would create a dynamic filter control that allows the marketing team to filter their data by campaign, marketing channel, or geographic region. By using a case function, the control would adjust its dimensions based on the user's selection.
This dynamic filter control would benefit the marketing team by allowing them to easily analyze their data based on different criteria, enabling them to gain insights on campaign performance, channel effectiveness, and regional trends. This would help them make more informed decisions about their marketing strategies and optimize their efforts for better results.