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Introducing the New Code Interpreter Plugin

Hey guys, welcome to "Where's the Scale?" Today we have some exciting news to share with you. The biggest news of the day is the release of the new code interpreter plugin. This plugin is now available for the majority of users with a Changeability Plus subscription. If you don't have it yet, don't worry! The rollout will be completed by the end of the week. To activate the code interpreter plugin, simply go to your settings, look for the "Better Features" option, and enable it. Please note that the code interpreter cannot be used in conjunction with other plugins at the moment.

Practical Applications of the Code Interpreter

Rather than just showing you the many use cases that the code interpreter can have, we thought it would be more beneficial to provide you with some practical applications. Our focus shifted to the crypto niche, which is highly competitive. To get started, we used Ahrefs, a popular SEO tool, to explore the Bitcoin price prediction space.

Analyzing Low Authority Domains

One of the features we found extremely handy in Ahrefs was the Lowest DR (Domain Rating) filter. By filtering for domains with a DR less than 10 that appear in the top 10 search results, we discovered some interesting keywords like "Bitcoin price prediction 2040." Although the competition was still high, we found low authority domains (DR 7 and 8) ranking at the top. This was impressive, especially considering one domain used only 1500 words in their article.

AI-Generated Content in the Crypto Niche

Looking at one particular article, we noticed it seemed to be AI-generated. It included a table with Bitcoin price predictions from 2023 to 2016, a small paragraph justifying the price for each time period, an embedded video, related topics, and a screenshot of a graph. This approach to interlinking and content creation caught our attention, and we saw potential in replicating it using the new code interpreter plugin.

Using the Code Interpreter Plugin for Bitcoin Price Prediction

To replicate the AI-generated content, we needed a dataset with Bitcoin price information. While there are multiple sources for crypto prices, we opted for Kaggle due to its reliability and the availability of free resources. We downloaded a CSV file containing historical Bitcoin prices from 2015 to 2023.

Setting up the code interpreter, we imported the CSV file and performed some initial analysis on the data. The code interpreter provided us with summary statistics and even drew a graph of the Bitcoin price over time. We were pleasantly surprised to find that the code interpreter also allowed us to create visualizations without watermarks, unlike some popular diagram plugins.

Forecasting Bitcoin Prices with Regression Analysis

With the data in hand, our next step was to create a simple regression model to predict future Bitcoin prices. By fitting a linear regression model to the data and using the closing price as the dependent variable, we could forecast the Bitcoin price for different future dates.

To make our predictions more accurate, we decided to factor in major Bitcoin events, such as the Bitcoin halving occurring approximately every four years. We modified our regression model by adding a binary variable to represent these events. The predicted prices for the years 2025, 2030, 2040, 2050, and 2060 were then displayed in a table format.

Justifying Price Predictions and External Factors

To provide additional context, we included a short justification paragraph for each price prediction in each year. It's important to note that these predictions are based on statistical analysis and external factors such as Bitcoin halving events, market dynamics, and investor behavior. While the predictions may differ from other sources, our regression modeling approach aims to provide reliable insights.

Expanding Beyond Bitcoin: The Sky's the Limit

The possibilities with the code interpreter plugin are limitless. You can apply this approach to forecast prices for various cryptocurrencies or even stocks. By obtaining historical price data for the asset of interest, you can feed it into the code interpreter for analysis and generate predictions with statistical models. This opens up opportunities to develop websites or platforms focusing on accurate price predictions, cementing your presence in the cryptocurrency or stock market niche.


In conclusion, the introduction of the new code interpreter plugin brings exciting possibilities for analysis and prediction. By leveraging the plugin's features, such as regression modeling and creating visualizations, you can gain valuable insights into various markets. Whether it's crypto or stocks, the code interpreter enables you to make data-driven decisions and establish your authority in the niche. Explore the possibilities, and remember, the only limit is your imagination.

We hope this article has been helpful to you. If you would like us to demonstrate other ways to use the code interpreter plugin, don't hesitate to let us know. Make sure to subscribe and stay updated with our future content. See you next time!

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