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Simple script generating plots and csv file from your project's journals

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Simple script capable of generating plots and csv files from projects’ journal files containing a Markdown table. The journals must have the same format as the example file.


Markplot is a python package, so it can be installed like this:

pip install markplot


Markplot includes a simple CLI. It only takes files as arguments. For examples:

$ markplot
Projects' information has been written in 'generated' directory.

The above example uses the sample file and generates files named generated/journal-sample/hours_journal-sample.csv and generated/journal-sample/time_histogram_journal-sample.png.


The --help arg will make it show a usage page:

$ markplot --help
Usage: markplot [OPTIONS] [JOURNALS]...

  This script simply generates feedbacks from projects' journals. Output is
  generated in a directory called «generated».

  Generate one feedback from a journal:

  Generate two feedbacks from two journals:

  --help  Show this message and exit.

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