Time code execution and graph results
This library is based around generating nice graphs for timings. It's highly modular and provides an interface to quickly and cleanly use modules.
The high-level interface is the
Plotter class which takes a timer class as its only argument. The builtin timer is
TimerNamespace builds it without you having to.
From here you have three steps:
- Time the code by using the timer provided. Usual usage is
timeitonly times the functions once and skips step 2.
- Perform the statistical analysis on the timings. Most of the time you'll want to use
min, which gets the lowest value that isn't an outlier. And shows the error bars from the lowest outlier to Q3.
- Plot the data on the graph. This by default uses
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from graphtimer import Plotter, TimerNamespace class ManualListCreation(TimerNamespace): def test_comprehension(iterable): return [i for i in iterable] def test_append(iterable): a =  append = a.append for i in iterable: append(i) return a fig, axs = plt.subplots() ( Plotter(ManualListCreation) .repeat(100, 5, list(range(0, 10001, 1000)), args_conv=range) .min() .plot(axs) ) fig.show()
To install graphtimer, just use pip:
$ pip install graphtimer
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