ChatGPT now generates interactive charts to improve data analysis

The chatbot can now generate interactive charts and tables

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ChatGPT's new update for data analysis

ChatGPT received a new update that improves its accessibility and enhances its data analysis capabilities. Also, now, the AI chatbot supports Microsoft’s OneDrive and Google Drive. On top of that, you can use ChatGPT to create personalized charts, and it can generate an interactive table based on your dataset. However, you must have a ChatGPT Plus, Team, or Enterprise plan to access the new features.

ChatGPT can use Google and Microsoft tools

The first feature allows ChatGPT to use Google Sheets, Docs, Slides, and Microsoft’s Excell, Word, and PowerPoint. In addition, if you give it access to your OneDrive or Google Drive, you will get the option to upload files to it directly. Thus, you won’t need third-party plugins to do it. Also, according to OpenAI, this new feature will allow ChatGPT to perform data analysis better by understanding your files like spreadsheets, presentations, or documents.

ChatGPT can now create interactive and expandable charts and tables. So, now you can see them in full-screen mode. In addition, you can select specific parts of the table to ask for follow-up questions. Also, if you don’t have any, you can use the follow-up prompts suggested by ChatGPT.

According to OpenAI’s example, you can request the AI chatbot to combine multiple spreadsheets containing monthly expenses and then create a pivot table categorized by their types.

You can now use ChatGPT to customize and interact with bar, line, pie, and scatter charts. In addition, you can hover over chart elements, ask additional questions, or choose different colors. Then, you can download the charts to use them wherever you need them. However, ChatGPT will generate static versions for the unsupported charts.

Is your data safe with ChatGPT?

In case you are concerned about privacy, OpenAI said it will not use the data of its ChatGPT Team and Enterprise customers to train the AI. Also, ChatGPT Pro customers can protect their data by opting out of the training process through the Data Controls from the settings menu.

Ultimately, the update will greatly improve ChatGPT’s data analysis capabilities. On top of that, we can use them to discover new insights. Also, the integration of the follow-up prompts for the interactive tables will help us save a lot of time.

What are your thoughts? Do you find the new features useful? Let us know in the comments.

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