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Pragmatic GPT-4 Prompting: Nifty No-Code Maps and Reports for Noobs
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Pragmatic GPT-4 Prompting: Nifty No-Code Maps and Reports for Noobs

Last Updated on January 31, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): John Loewen, PhD

Originally published on Towards AI.

GPT-4 no-code prompting for rapid data visualization reporting

As a computer science professor of 20+ years, I have oodles of experience in coding Python for data visualizations.

Until recently, the generation of beautiful data visualizations has been the domain of folks like me — computer programmers and data analysts.

This has changed with the new data analysis tools that are now integrated into the main GPT-4 chat interface. You can now create on-the-fly maps and charts AND can include them into a full PDF report.

All you need to do is upload a data file (for example, a CSV or XLS) and prompt GPT-4 to do the rest.

Let me provide you with a simple data set and show you how it works.

Let’s start this process by downloading an interesting data set.

Vision of Humanity’s Institution for Economic and Peace has publicly downloadable data on the Global Peace Index.

Now GPT-4 cannot download data files for us, at least not as of today. I am hoping this is an update in future versions of this LLM.

You can initiate the download (in XSLX format) at this LINK

Vision of Humanity website — click on the downlaod for teh Global Peace Index 2023

Once the file is downloaded, we can open it up in Excel (or Numbers) and… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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