Unix Pipe Fittings For Data Science
UNIX pipe fittings for statistics
In the quest for command line data science, this kit contains three command line utilities intended to be used in UNIX pipes.
All three process STDIN to STDOUT output their docstrings if run without parameters.
Python 3 is required.
sd_c (smalldata count)
Is a regular expression counter filter, contained in
smalldata/counter.py. Please see docstring for further help.
sd_g (smalldata groupby)
Concatenates lines from stdin that match a regular expression, contained in
smalldata/groupby.py. Please see docstring.
sd_e (smalldata extract)
In the spirit of RegExSerDe, this
tool uses regular expressions to generate a CSV file from a free-form text file. It is contained in
smalldata/extract.py and has a docstring.
Other Useful Tools
If you've got CSV files, you should definitively check out q.
A cookbook would be nice. Showing how to analyze log files etc.
Used to live in a gist: https://gist.github.com/martinvirtel/94cf47f64bf304e1c66598e93cd565c4
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