A real world example of using Power Query with GPT4 to assist in documenting the code in a Time table and adding a 30 minute bucket:
The video shows how to create a conditionally formatted column chart, displaying time of day and different color codings based on energy consumption costs. A timetable is needed, and there is a previous video on a timetable (link in show notes). The code was initially ugly, and there was a need to add a 30-minute time bucket. Instead of manually updating the code, GPT-4 was considered for code improvement.
Utilizing GPT-4 to improve Power Query code provides a more efficient and effective way to update and maintain code used for data visualization and analysis. GPT-4's capabilities can quickly change the code while ensuring logical functionality. The process showcased using GPT-4 to add a 30-minute bucket within the timetable and testing the updated code in Power BI, demonstrating the potential to save time and effort for data professionals. Integrating GPT-4 can significantly enhance code management and optimization, ultimately contributing to more accurate and insightful data analyses.
Power Query and GPT4 can be used together to help document code in a Time table and add a 30 minute bucket step. This example begins with an introduction to charting and then explains the Calendar and Timetable model. After exploring the Power Query code, the idea to use GPT-4 for code improvement is introduced and the code is replaced using GPT-4. A Windows key V shortcut is then discussed as a way to comment on GPT-4's ability. After that, a request is made to add a 30-minute bucket with GPT-4, which is then tested out in Power BI. The example concludes by summarizing the process.
Power Query and GPT4 can be a useful tool for creating a Time table and making improvements to the code. By exploring the Power Query code, it is possible to identify areas where GPT-4 can be used to improve the code. After replacing the code using GPT-4, a Windows key V shortcut can be used to comment on GPT-4's ability. Finally, a request can be made to add a 30-minute bucket with GPT-4, which can then be tested out in Power BI. Overall, Power Query and GPT4 can be a powerful combination for creating and improving code in a Time table.
Power Query, GPT4, Time Table, Windows Key V Shortcut, Conditionally Formatted Column Chart