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Data visualization in the terminal

Project description

Data visualization in the terminal.


From PyPI:

easy_install viz

From source:

git clone
cd viz
python install

The main CLI script is viz, which should be installed on your PATH.


Ping google every 100ms (0.1s) and plot the first 50 response times you get back:

ping -i 0.1 | head -50 | sed -n 's/.*time=\(.*\) ms/\1/p' | viz hist

Example result (which should fit your terminal width automatically):

26.1390000[ (cannot display with only ascii) ]39.5580000


  • numpy


Copyright (c) 2013 Christopher Brown. MIT Licensed.

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