Swiss Time is a diagnostic tool for finding slow spots in code. It sits somewhere between a raw timer and a profiler.
Once started, each call to tick() will record a time difference along a label that you provide.
In this way you build a timeline over the portion of code you are analyzing.
You can print a report of the results or gather report data to process your own way.
Import and start the timer at the beginning of the code you want to analyze.
>>> import swisstime >>> swisstime.start()
At the end of each section you want measured, call tick() with a description of that piece of code:
>>> swisstime.tick("Load input image")
Do this after each section you are measuring:
>>> swisstime.tick("Build masks")
To display a report of your results, print the output of swisstime.report():
>>> print( swisstime.report() )
Your output will be a table of times and labels for each section you measured.
If you want the raw report data you can call:
to get a list of label/time tuples.
Calling start() will reset all data and begin the analysis again.
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