Interactive Data Analytics With PowerShell, SQL, and ChatGPT (Sample Script)

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In a series of recent articles, I talked about reading SQL Server data into PowerShell, filtering that data, and performing basic data analytics with charting. You can expand on these capabilities by adding ChatGPT-based data analytic capabilities to your PowerShell scripts. This article will guide you through the process.

Before we begin, I recommend reading my articles on two key topics: using PowerShell for charting SQL Server data and accessing ChatGPT with PowerShell. These articles contain information you will need to build a PowerShell script that uses AI-based data analytics for SQL Server data.

Overview of Graphical Elements

In this article, I am going to adapt my existing PowerShell charting script (which you can review here) to include ChatGPT support. To achieve this, we must introduce a few visual components to the Windows form:

an input box to interact with ChatGPT by asking questions; an output box within which to display ChatGPT’s responses; and a “submit” button that can be used to initiate a query.

You can see what these elements look like in Figure 1.

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Figure 1. This is what the data analytics app looks like.

One thing that makes this app so unique (besides the fact

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