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Job running time statistics for PyPPL

Project description

pyppl_jobtime

Job running time statistics for PyPPL.

Installation

Require R and ggplot2.

pip install pyppl_jobtime

After this plugin is installed, a file named job.time will be created in each job directory with running time in seconds saved in it.

Plotting the running time profile

pyppl jobtime --proc pVcfFix --outfile profile.png

profile.png

  • Using violin plot:

    pyppl jobtime --proc pVcfFix --outfile violin.png --plottype violin
    

    violin.png

  • Changing process names:

    pyppl jobtime --outfile procnames.png \
        --proc pVcfFix --ggs.scale_x_discrete:dict \
        --ggs.scale_x_discrete.labels:list A B C
    

    procnames.png

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