ChatGPT 4o: Exploring the New Interactive Data Table Functionality

OpenAI recently added new interactive data table functionality to its newest and most advanced model GPT-4o, along with the ability to upload data files directly from Google Drive. This new feature opens the door for folks at all skill levels to interrogate and explore raw data tables and spreadsheets directly in the chatbot. Of course, we’ll still want to do our due diligence by looking closely at the python scripts that are being written in order to see exactly how it’s converting prompts into Python code to be able to interact with the tables, but this is a promising new step in making data analysis more accessible. In this video, Data Literacy co-founder Ben Jones explores what these new features mean for data analysts. Watch Ben filter, pivot, summarize, and visualize a spreadsheet of over 14,000 recorded earthquakes from USGS.

Before you start watching, add the data file used in the video to your own Google Drive account to follow along.

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