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hist generates histograms from a list of numbers

Project description

hist lets you create quick histograms using a series of numbers from the command line.

Installing:

sudo pip install hist

Usage:

Running the following command:

echo ‘1n2n2n3n3n3n4n4n5n6n7n7n8n8n8n9n9n10’ | hist

Will create a histogram:

![Histogram](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/crosswise/hist/master/histogram.png)

It will also output a textual representation:

[ 1 - 1]: 1 ########## [ 2 - 2]: 2 ##################### [ 3 - 3]: 3 ################################ [ 4 - 4]: 2 ##################### [ 5 - 5]: 1 ########## [ 6 - 6]: 1 ########## [ 7 - 7]: 2 ##################### [ 8 - 8]: 3 ################################ [ 9 - 9]: 2 ##################### [ 10 - 10]: 1 ##########

Usage:

usage: hist [-h] [-i INPUT] [-b BUCKETS] [-s SCREEN_WIDTH] [-t TITLE]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-i INPUT, --input INPUT
 input file to read from
-b BUCKETS, --buckets BUCKETS
 number of buckets
-s SCREEN_WIDTH, --screen-width SCREEN_WIDTH
 maximum screen width
-t TITLE, --title TITLE
 title for plot

Author:

Ron Reiter <ron@crosswise.com>

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