# Intuitive Visualization Basics MCQ

## Intuitive Visualization Basics

1) How is data visualization used?

1. To communicate using large numbers.
2. Help only researchers to find patterns.
3. Communicate information to a diverse audience.
4. To exaggerate numbers and statistics.

Correct answer is :- Communicate information to a diverse audience.

Q2. Which one of these is not a data visualization tool?

1. Eclipse
2. Tableau
3. Alterix
4. Excel

Q3. The tendency to treat lines as if they continue is called _______.

1. Law of Proximity
2. Law of Continuity
3. Law of Similarity
4. Law of Common Fate

Correct answer is :- Law of Similarity

Q4. Which of the following is a powerful visualization technique for illustrating hierarchical data and part-to-whole relationships?

1. Relational Map
2. Heat Map
3. Tree map
4.Parallel Coordinate Plot

Q5) In a project, percentage compliance to SLAs metric is affected by factors like inflow of tickets, # of interfaces, and skill levels. To define the relationship between percentage compliance to SLAs and inflow of tickets, which plot is best?

1. Box plot
2. Matrix plot
3. Scatter plot
4. Normal probability plot

Q6. What method of data representation is best suited to the demonstration of data results if that data is of differing nominal values and needs to represent quantitative data on different axes?

1. A pie chart
2. A scatter plot
3. A linear chart
4. A bar chart

Correct answer is:- A scatter plot

Q7. Which Gestalt law explains individuals’ ability to mentally group items by color, texture, size, or shape?

1. Law of Similarity
2. Law of Continuity
3. Law of Common Fate
4. Law of Proximity

Correct answer is:- Law of Proximity

Q8. In a Pie Chart, _ is used to represent data.

1. circumference
2. volume
4. sectors

Q9. Why is text added to a data visualization presentation?

1. It is not recommended to add text.
3. To explain the data

Q10. A histogram is used for which type of data?

1. Continuous
2. discrete
3. piled
4. stacked11

Q11. Which of these can be used to display data graphically as a data distribution?

1. Tables
2. Dashboards
3. Bar Chart

Q12. Representation of information in a graphic format to make the data easily understandable at a glanceis known as ___.

1. Visuals
2. Infographics
3. Pictographic
4. Data Moulding

Q13. A histogram is a graphical representation of the distribution of data. It is an estimate of the _ of a continuous variable.

1. Probability Distribution
2. Median
3. Standard Deviation
4. Mode

Correct answer is :- Probability Distribution

Q14. Which chart displays information as a series of data points called ‘markers’ connected by straight linesegments?

1. Box Plot
2. Bar Chart
3. Control Chart
4. Line Chart

Q15. Which of the following cannot be a geo-dimension?

1. Zip code
2. State/Province
3. Country
4. Mobile Number

Q16) In which chart type, is the quantitative data displayed graphically. In which chart type are the area between axis and line emphasized with colors, textures, and hatchings?

1. Line Chart
2. Stem Graph
3. Bar Chart
4. Area Chart

Q17).Interactivity in Visualizations enables users to ___________.

1. All the options
2. Avoid multiple dashboards
3. Find answers to very specific questions
4. Enhance Visual Representation

Correct answer is:- All the options

Q18).What is the minimum requirement to form a bar chart?

1. 1 Measure
2. 1 Dimension
3. 2 Dimensions
4. 1 Measure and 1 dimension

Correct answer is :- 1 Measure and 1 dimension

Q19. Data Visualization makes complex data more ___.

1. Rigorous
2. Simple
3. Understandable
4. Complex