ChatGPT Advanced Data Analytics For Custom Matplotlib Well Log Plots | by Andy McDonald | Sep, 2023

Using OpenAI’s Code Interpreter to Create Well Log Plots for Petrophysics and Geoscience Interpretations

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ChatGPT’s Code Interpreter, now renamed to Advanced Data Analytics, has been out for some time now. It was launched on July 6th 2023, and is a plugin developed by OpenAI to allow users to upload data and perform analysis on it. This can range from cleaning the data, creating visualisations and summarising the data.

Rather than relying on you to write Python code to analyse your data, you can leverage ChatGPT by telling it what to do in plain English. From that, it will carry out the analysis for you.

As many of my regular readers will know, I am a big fan of matplotlib. Even though the library appears to be clunky and time-consuming to use, it can be used to create stunning visualisations with a little bit of effort.

After playing around with this new tool, I thought it was about time to see how ChatGPT and the Advanced Data Analytics plugin could be used to create custom plots for working with well log data.

Before proceeding and due to the rising legal cases against OpenAI:

Always be cautious of the data you upload to ChatGPT as that data and your input could be used to train future models. If in doubt, avoid uploading any data and always follow your company’s policies.

To use the Advanced Data Analytics plugin within ChatGPT, you first have to enable it.

This can be done by going to Settings and then selecting Beta Features. In here, you will see the option to turn on Advanced Data Analysis, which will enable the plugin.

Enabling Advanced Data Analysis plugin in ChatGPT. Image by the author.

The plugin will now be available when you start a new chat.

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