TCP server for streaming data to a histogram
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node-histo-server

TCP server for streaming data to a histogram

install

$ npm install histo-server -g

usage

histo-server(1) defaults to using port 5000. It can be overloaded by defining the PORT environment variable. See the example below.

$ histo-server <TITLE>

example

$ PORT=3000 histo-server "Title of my histogram"

Will yield an empty histo with a title:

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   Title of my histogram (port='3000')

license

MIT