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Project Description
clc (command line charts)
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Simple charts on the commandline (bar charts only for now). Read from stdin or
from a file.

install
-------

`pip install clc`. Done.

usage
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Give `clc` data on stdin or a filename, and see a command line chart.

> cat ./fixtures/sample1.dat | clc
Paris ****************************** 12
Tokyo ******* 3
London *********************************** 14
Washington ***************** 7

Adjust the width of the chart, and the symbol for the bars:

> clc ./fixtures/sample1.dat -w30 --tick='~'
Paris ~~~~~~~~~~~~ 12
Tokyo ~~~ 3
London ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 14
Washington ~~~~~~~ 7

Data should be formatted as in ./fixtures:

Paris 12
Tokyo 3
London 14
Washington 7

help
----

Via `--help`:

usage: clc [-h] [--verbose] [--width WIDTH] [--tick TICK] [infile]

clc: simple charts on the command line.

positional arguments:
infile data file (or stdin)

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--verbose, -v
--width WIDTH, -w WIDTH
--tick TICK, -t TICK

future
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- better handle non-integer values
- use csv.Sniffer()
- tests
- colors
- vertical bar charts
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