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A simple csv data analyse tool.

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Conditional Game Data Analyse Tool (CGAT)
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This package contains a simple csv data analyse GUI which I created for a friend of mine to help him with his data analysis.

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Installation
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Installation
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Install using the python package index (PyPi)
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OS X & Linux:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

::

pip install cgdat

.. Warning::
This package was only tested on the windows operation system.

Windows:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

::

pip install cgdat

Development setup
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If you want to manually install the python package please fork from `github <https://github.com/rickstaa/CGDAT>`_ and run the following commands::

python setup.py build
python setup.py develop
python setup.py install

A overview of the CGDAT GUI.

Usage
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This package can both be imported as a python package or run as a stand alone gui (see fig 1). To import the python package use ``import cgdat``. To use as a stand alone package run the ``cgdat-gui`` cmd.

Tool interface
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:scale: 100 %
:alt: A overview of the CGDAT GUI window.

Fig 1: A overview of the CGDAT GUI.

Functions
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This repository can be used to perform a simple csv game data filtering. The tool can filter a input data file based on:

* Conditions:
* Example: ``Speed > 10 & Acceleration < 5``
* A time section file:
* A file containing a ``Start Time`` and ``End Time`` column specifying the sections where you want to apply the condition filter.
* Player name:
* In the gui you can specify for which players you want to conduct the analysis. For this option to work the ``input_data.csv`` file needs to contain a ``Name`` column.

Further you can add also add a safety padding to the data filtering. Meaning that the program will also include a number of samples before and after the specified conditions are met.

Console commands
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This package also installs some additional console commands:

* ``cgdat-gui`` - This will launch the CGDAT gui.
* ``cgdat-shortcut`` - This will create a shortcut to launch the GUI on your desktop folder.

Further documentation
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Additional documentation can be loaded in the GUI by clicking the `documentation` option in the help menu or pressing the `F2` shortcut.

Additional information
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Licence
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This tool is licensed under the GPL open source license. You are therefore free use the source code in any way provided that you the original copyright statements.

Release History
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* 2.0.2:

* CHANGE: Updated the setup.py and the project Readme.md.

* 2.0.1:

* CHANGE(docs): Updated docs (module code remains unchanged).

* 2.0.0:

* First proper release on PiPy.

Meta
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Rick Staa – `github <https://github.com/rickstaa>`_

Distributed under the GNU General Public License v3 (GPLv3). See `LICENSE <https://github.com/rickstaa/CGDAT/blob/master/LICENSE>`_ for more information.

Contributing
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1. Fork it (<https://github.com/rickstaa/CGDAT>)
2. Create your feature branch (`git checkout -b feature/fooBar`)
3. Commit your changes (`git commit -am 'Add some fooBar'`)
4. Push to the branch (`git push origin feature/fooBar`)
5. Create a new Pull Request

Contributors
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* Created by Rick Staa
* Maintained by Wesley Bosman `(wesleybosmann@gmail.com <mailto:wesleybosmann@gmail.com>`_)

Credits
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* CDAT icon created by FreePis from `www.flaticon.com <https://www.flaticon.com>`_.

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