Last Updated on November 20, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): John Loewen, PhD
Originally published on Towards AI.
A zero-code map-and-charts dashboard for global literacy data
Dall-E 2 generated choropleth map image
Recently, GPT-4 has gone through a positive overhaul of its data visualization capabilities.
The new power of this update is the simplicity of creating data visualizations from complex datasets on-the-fly using basic prompt engineering.
For example, from CSV to multi-visual dashboards — with absolutely no coding.
Let’s go through a case study on creating a dashboard containing a global map, bar chart, and box-plot to visualize global literacy rates.
The foundation of any data analysis is a thorough understanding of the dataset you are analyzing.
Our focus here is a dataset encompassing global literacy rates, which includes country names,… Read the full blog for free on Medium.
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