AI Autodocumentation

The AI Autodocumentation feature allows you to use Large Language Models (LLMs) to automatically document your data sources by generating descriptions for:

  • glossary terms and KPIs
  • tables, views, and their columns

What are LLMs

Large Language Models (LLMs) are advanced artificial intelligence (AI) systems that use deep learning techniques to understand and generate human-like text. These models are trained on vast amounts of textual data and can perform a wide range of natural language processing tasks, including language translation, text summarization, question answering, and generating coherent text based on prompts. Examples:

  • ChatGPT (by OpenAI)
  • Gemini (by Google)
  • Llama (by Meta)

Autodocumenting terms and KPIs

AI-generated description for a term

Autodocumenting tables, views, and their columns

AI-generated description for a table and columns


How to configure the AI Autodocumentation feature?

See the article Configuring AI Autodocumentation for GPT

How to generate the descriptions using AI?

See the articles:

What LLM models are currently supported?

  • ChatGPT 3.5 Turbo
  • ChatGPT 3.5 16K Turbo
  • ChatGPT 4

All three models require the OpenAI API key provided by the user

What permissions do I need to use AI Autodocumentation?

See the article Permissions to AI Autodocumentation

What license is needed to use AI Autodocumentation?

AI Autodocumentation is available only in Dataedo and Dataedo Unlimited plans.

If your license doesn't provide this feature, please consider switching to another licensing plan. This will enable a lot of other great features, too. For further details please visit the Pricing page or contact the Sales Team.

What data are sent to the GPT engine?

See the article Metadata sent to OpenAI

Learn more

Check this Video Tutorial on AI Autodocumentation in Dataedo Portal. See more detailed information on GPT models (on the OpenAI website).

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