AI-powered tools for humans doing amazing things with data.
Magic features are fully-integrated into the Hex workspace, putting powerful AI assist in every SQL and Python cell.
Hex understands your schemas and project context, so it can help with everything from quick questions, to auto-completing joins, to generating a finicky date filter.
Obscure syntax got you down? Hex knows your packages inside and out — all you have to do is ask.
Missing parentheses, botched imports, and plain bad code don’t stand a chance. One click, magic fix.
Quickly explain and document code, whether it's something you wrote, or... borrowed... from the internet.
"Magic has been super helpful here because I'm not a Python expert, so I typically rely on Magic to help refactor/edit code that I'm not familiar with."
"I would have had to go and spend 2 hours digging through Stack Overflow to find where to start. Magic spun up something very close, very quickly. And then we were able to iterate on it super fast. It's something that we wouldn't have been able to without Magic."
"It's a time saver not having to write perfect syntax all the time, 'how do I get all the unique rows versus if it's a single column' is hard to remember."
At Hex, we believe in human-computer symbiosis. We should partner, with each of us focusing on the things our respective neural nets are uniquely good at.
Hex Magic is built to augment and accelerate human insight. AI models don't know the right questions to ask, or how to present the answers – that’s your job! And we think it should stay that way.
We’re not sending contents of dataframes anywhere, so no – your actual data never leaves Hex. We do, however, use metadata about the project context, including upstream code, database schemas, and your prompt text. If any of these contain sensitive information, or you’re not comfortable with that, you should not use Hex’s Magic features.
Probably! Right now we’re focused on making Hex feel amazing and [whispers so investors can’t hear] not worrying too much about the money. Magic gets expensive, though, so expect there to be some reasonable charge down the road.
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