Parse the Plover log to count against a wordlist.
Wordlist copied from Google-10000-english is found in
You just need Node.js to get started. Then, run:
npm install -g plover_parser
Check Log Against a Wordlist
Given a wordlist with one word per line, you can see how many times the word was used in the given plover log files. The list will be in the same order as the wordlist and will show all the strokes you used to write the words and how many times you used each stroke.
count_plover_log worlist.txt plover.log.1 plover.log.2 > counts.txt
Alternatively, you can use the default wordlist by providing '-w' instead of the wordlist argument:
count_plover_log -w plover.log.1 plover.log.2 > counts.txt
Generate Most Used Words List
Goes through the Plover logs and makes a list of all the words you've used in your log. It then sorts the most used down to the least used. Useful to see your most commonly used strokes, including commands, and the different ways you use them.
plover_log_stats plover.log.1 plover.log.2 > stats.txt
Get Gitting (alternate title: so you want to make a pull request?)
git clone https://github.com/morinted/plover_parser.git cd plover_parser npm install npm start ~/path/to/log.log npm run build
I use webpack to bundle everything and add a shebang afterwards so that they are runnable.