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#!/bin/sh
#
# BenchToGraph : Graph modeler for Autobench results files
# written by Samuel Dupas <samuel.dupas@synaptique.co.uk>
#
# Thanks to Julian T J Midgley <jtjm@xenoclast.org>
#
if [ $# -lt 2 ] ; then
echo "Usage : bench2graph PARAM_1 PARAM_2 [ PARAM_3 ... PARAM_N ]"
echo "Parameter 1 : autobench results file"
echo "Parameter 2 : name of the postscript output file"
echo "Parameter 3..N : [optional] columns to display in the graphic"
exit 1
fi
if [ ! -f $1 ] ; then
echo "Incorrect file format"
exit 2
fi
if [ -f ${2} ] ; then
echo "File ${2} already exist"
exit 3
fi
input=$1
shift
output=$1
if [ `echo $output |cut -c 1` != '/' ] ; then
output=`pwd`/$output
fi
shift
while [ $# -ne 0 ] ; do
liste="$liste,$1,"
shift
done
echo -n "Enter the title : "
read title
if [ ! -d /tmp/graph_script ] ; then
mkdir /tmp/graph_script
fi
mkdir /tmp/graph_script/$$
cp $input /tmp/graph_script/$$/results.tsv
cd /tmp/graph_script/$$
nblines=`cat results.tsv | wc -l`
nblines=`expr $nblines - 1`
legend=`head -1 results.tsv`
i=1
for col in $legend ; do
if [ $i -ne 1 ] ; then
if [ `echo -n $liste | wc -c` -eq 0 ] ; then
tail -$nblines results.tsv | gawk '{print $1 " " $line}' line=$i > $col
files="$files $col"
elif `echo $liste | grep ",${i}," > /dev/null` ; then
tail -$nblines results.tsv | gawk '{print $1 " " $line}' line=$i > $col
files="$files $col"
fi
fi
i=`expr $i + 1`
done
echo set terminal postscript color > gnuplot.cmd
echo set key outside below >> gnuplot.cmd
echo set key box >> gnuplot.cmd
echo set grid >> gnuplot.cmd
echo set output \"${output}\" >> gnuplot.cmd
echo set data style linespoints >> gnuplot.cmd
echo set title \"$title\" >> gnuplot.cmd
echo -n plot >> gnuplot.cmd
j=0
for col in $files ; do
if [ $j -ne 0 ] ; then
echo -n "," >> gnuplot.cmd
fi
echo -n " \"${col}\"" >> gnuplot.cmd
j=`expr $j + 1`
done
echo >> gnuplot.cmd
gnuplot gnuplot.cmd
rm -rf /tmp/graph_script/$$
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