GPT-4 One-Prompt Dashboard Showdown: Plotly Dash vs Streamlit
Author(s): John Loewen, PhD
Originally published on Towards AI.
Which framework reigns supreme in GPT-4, prompting simplicity?
Dall-E generated image: impresionist painting of two similar dashboards on two computer screens
For the past 8 months, I have been incessant on optimizing GPT-4 prompt engineering for Python data visualization code.
I now have a solid grasp on what works and what doesn’t when prompting for interactive data visualizations.
Two of the most used Python frameworks for multi-visual dashboards are Streamlit and Plotly dash. In my experience, GPT-4 has become quite good at handling Python code creation for multi-visual dashboards.
How good is each framework? Let’s put them side-by-side and prompt them with the same data set to create an interactive data-visual dashboard that has:
A dropdown menu (allowing the user to interact with the dataset)Two different types of maps (a choropleth map and a bubble map) that are updated based on the user’s choice.
And for each framework, let’s put GPT-4 to the test using a single prompt!
For this test, let’s use the UN food security data as it is up to date and provides a yearly snapshot of the global food security situation at the country level.
The UN food security dataset can be found HERE.
There are a few options to consider when downloading the dataset:
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