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I've had a look at this now and have two initial comments:
If we can overcome these two issues I think it would be worth pursuing.
There are (at least) two outstanding issues:
The bash scripts would then be ready to replace the python scripts if we agree that ascii plots are good enough. They're obviously less realistic than the image files saved by python scripts, but this is a Make lesson rather than a plotting lesson.
outputfile should be the second argument, moving limit to 3rd input argument.
The scripts look good. They'll be a good plan B. Some final touches are needed though.
I think some extra documentation - perhaps in
Perhaps some extra thought on standardisation with the python scripts would be useful. For plotcount.sh, we currently have a save-to-file option, and a 'show' option which does the same thing as the python 'ascii' option.