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Datatales
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Export Data Model Description to Feed into ChatGPT

Hello, I am getting amazing results, albeit often inperfect, asking ChatGPT to write DAX for me, however often I spend lots of time describing the involved tables and fields, I wonder if there's an effective way to export the data model as a text or JSON or some other file so I can feed it into ChatGPT and save all data model description time.

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Hello @Datatales ,

 

check this post https://www.linkedin.com/posts/brianjuliusdc_improve-chatgpts-dax-coding-abilities-with-activity-710...

 

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Idrissshatila
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Hello @Datatales ,

 

check this post https://www.linkedin.com/posts/brianjuliusdc_improve-chatgpts-dax-coding-abilities-with-activity-710...

 

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Thanks a lot

TomMartens
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Hey @Datatales ,

 

you can use Tabular Editor (2 or 3) connect to the model inside a pbix and the the model definition to a bim file, the bim is JSON.
Here you will find the portable version of  the latestes (at the time of this writing 2.20.2) Tabular Editor 2.x:  https://github.com/TabularEditor/TabularEditor/releases/tag/2.20.2

Hopefully, this helps to leverage LLM capabilities on writing DAX.

 

Regards,

Tom



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