Plot graph for many log file that is managed by DATE
Output graph script by log file. In addition to a single file, you can easily process a large number of identical format log files.
language : After Python 3.4.7
pip install plotlog
If you need build your environment
git clone https://github.com/s-naoya/plotlog cd plotlog python setup.py install
plotlog [-h] [--setting SETTING_FILE_PATH] [--copy] [--new | --all | --after DATE | --select DATE [DATE ...] | --input LOG_FILE_PATH [LOG_FILE_PATH ...]] [--slice BEGIN END] [--noshift] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --setting SETTING_FILE_PATH select setting file (default:'user.yml') --copy copy original setting file --new DEFAULT: output graphs that has not been output yet --all output graphs for all data --after DATE output graphs after the selected DATE(yyyymmddhhmm) --select DATE [DATE ...] output graphs only selected DATEs --input LOG_FILE_PATH [LOG_FILE_PATH ...] output graphs for selected log file --slice BEGIN END sliced data by begin and end x-axis value --noshift don't shift plot start time and x-axis
First, create setting file.
Edit the created user.yml, setting each pass and the graph etc to create. Setting items that do not need to be changed may be deleted.
Finish edit user.yml, create graph.
If user.yml is set correctly, a graph is drawn for a log file that has not yet been output graph.
It is reflected by editing user.yml. Also, this is reflected by creating a new yaml file and reading it with the --setting argument.
Log file condition
Be sure to use the year, month, date, and time as the name of the log file and cam use some symbol. However, all log file names under put_log_dir must be in the same format. The format is specified by log_date_format in the configuration file.
Extension and separate character can change setting file.
All column equal all row
Put on the directory specified in the setting file (except when using –-input)
This script is licenced under the MIT License. (See link)
Release history Release notifications | RSS feed
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.