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[ale] Somewhat OT: Command line dataplots/pivot tables



Thanks to all the responses.  I will deffinatel try some of these out.

Robert

Christopher Bergeron wrote:

> I'll second RRDTOOL.  It's tricky to learn at first, but once you 
> understand the syntax it's _very_ cool.
>
> Best regards,
> CB
>
>
>
>
> Jerald Sheets wrote:
>
>> Or, how about RRDTool?  You can take <STDOUT> from wherever your data
>> source is, and plot it into a database that will take stats and graph it
>> into a web page for you (png files).
>>
>> Another thing you can do us suck the input data into cacti (which uses
>> RRDTool)
>> or finally, you can use LARRD (also uses RRDTool) to plot te data as
>> well.
>>
>> --Jerald
>>
>>
>> On Wed, 2004-11-10 at 13:21 -0600, Aditya Srinivasan wrote:
>>  
>>
>>> Gnuplot ?
>>>
>>> Its been a very long time since I used it, so I do not recall if it 
>>> accepts a csv file, but it should be a very simple script which 
>>> massages a csv file into the kind needed by gnuplot.
>>>
>>> Gnuplot is not GNU.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> sriad
>>>
>>>
>>>   
>>>
>>>> All,
>>>>
>>>> Do you know of any command line apps that will create data plots / 
>>>> pivot tables from a csv file of information.  I have done some 
>>>> googling but not having any luck...  I really don't want to write 
>>>> my own at this point.  Thanks for your suggestions...
>>>>
>>>> Robert
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