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Custom GPT Creation For Data Visualization: A Step-by-Step Guide
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Custom GPT Creation For Data Visualization: A Step-by-Step Guide

Last Updated on March 13, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): John Loewen, PhD

Originally published on Towards AI.

Using GPT Builder to simplify and accelerate data visual creation
Dall-E image: Impressionist painting of GPT-4 as a cube robot assisting my workflow.

To simplify and accelerate real-time data visualizations with GPT-4, you can create a custom GPT to do the job.

The GPT Builder tool provides a GUI interface to create custom GPTs that can simulate different workflows.

For example, we can use GPT Builder to create a data visualization GPT that streamlines the visualization process by eliminating the need for repetitive priming with new CSV uploads.

Let’s go through step-by-step on how to set up your own data viz GPT

To start, you need to have a license for GPT-4. Once logged in to your GPT-4 account, you can click on My GPTs and GPT Builder will prompt you to “Create a New GPT”.

GPT Builder prompting me to build a new GPT

For this exercise, we will create a GPT that is a data scientist who creates data visualizations from uploaded CSV files.

GPT Builder quickly works its magic gives me a catchy name for my new GPT — DataViz Wizard.

In the preview window, we are presented with prompt and some suggestions on what we can do with this GPT to create data visualizations.

Customizing our GPT — making the GPT link available to everyone

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