Manish Trivedi | 18 Sep 06:40 2012
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Choosing color of the track

Hi Folks,

I am trying to plot two tracks with different colors.
Following is my input file,

------
2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 <at> CurrentPerHour13057 Red
2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:11:08,203 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:11:18,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:11:28,159 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:11:38,170 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:11:48,175 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:11:58,174 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:12:08,216 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:12:18,218 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 <at> PacingReqPerHr13057 Blue
2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316
2012-09-18 03:58:48,175 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.713057258422
2012-09-18 03:58:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.0422443063935
2012-09-18 03:59:08,192 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.3730727321126
2012-09-18 03:59:18,207 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.9038854561304
2012-09-18 03:59:28,168 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.2324444615497
2012-09-18 03:59:38,156 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.5619853019184
2012-09-18 03:59:48,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.892145685344
2012-09-18 03:59:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2377.222265743067
-----

tplot -o /root/color.png  -or 1024x768 -k 'CurrentPerHour' 'lines' -k 'PacingReqPerHr' 'lines' -if /root/color.input -tf 'date %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%OS'

I cant get to print plots in different color. Could anyone point out what am I doing wrong?

Thanks,
Manish

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Eugene Kirpichov | 18 Sep 07:48 2012
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Re: Choosing color of the track

Hi,

I'm the author and I'll reply tomorrow, sorry, going to sleep now :) thanks for the interest in the tools anyway!

17.09.2012, в 21:40, Manish Trivedi <trivmanish <at> gmail.com> написал(а):

> Hi Folks,
> 
> I am trying to plot two tracks with different colors.
> Following is my input file,
> 
> ------
> 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166  <at> CurrentPerHour13057 Red
> 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:08,203 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:18,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:28,159 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:38,170 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:48,175 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:58,174 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:12:08,216 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:12:18,218 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159  <at> PacingReqPerHr13057 Blue
> 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
> 2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316
> 2012-09-18 03:58:48,175 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.713057258422
> 2012-09-18 03:58:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.0422443063935
> 2012-09-18 03:59:08,192 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.3730727321126
> 2012-09-18 03:59:18,207 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.9038854561304
> 2012-09-18 03:59:28,168 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.2324444615497
> 2012-09-18 03:59:38,156 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.5619853019184
> 2012-09-18 03:59:48,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.892145685344
> 2012-09-18 03:59:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2377.222265743067
> -----
> 
> tplot -o /root/color.png  -or 1024x768 -k 'CurrentPerHour' 'lines' -k 'PacingReqPerHr' 'lines' -if
/root/color.input -tf 'date %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%OS'
> 
> I cant get to print plots in different color. Could anyone point out what am I doing wrong?
> 
> Thanks,
> Manish
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Eugene Kirpichov | 18 Sep 19:48 2012
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Re: Choosing color of the track

Hi Manish,

The meaning of " <at> " is not what you think it is. It merely draws
colored bars, it does NOT control the color of other kinds of charts.

Here's how what you want can be achieved:
* Remove the " <at> " lines
* Append a common prefix to the input tracks you want to be displayed
on the same output track, e.g. "t.":
2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =t.CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =t.CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
..
2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =t.PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =t.PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316

* Use the "within" diagram kind: tplot .... -dk ''within[.] lines"

Then you'll have a single output track where data from these input
tracks is displayed with different color. However, you don't control
the precise color (I just never really needed to control it, I only
needed it to be different for different tracks).

On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 9:40 PM, Manish Trivedi <trivmanish <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>
> I am trying to plot two tracks with different colors.
> Following is my input file,
>
> ------
> 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166  <at> CurrentPerHour13057 Red
> 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:08,203 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:18,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:28,159 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:38,170 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:48,175 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:58,174 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:12:08,216 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:12:18,218 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159  <at> PacingReqPerHr13057 Blue
> 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
> 2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316
> 2012-09-18 03:58:48,175 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.713057258422
> 2012-09-18 03:58:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.0422443063935
> 2012-09-18 03:59:08,192 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.3730727321126
> 2012-09-18 03:59:18,207 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.9038854561304
> 2012-09-18 03:59:28,168 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.2324444615497
> 2012-09-18 03:59:38,156 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.5619853019184
> 2012-09-18 03:59:48,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.892145685344
> 2012-09-18 03:59:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2377.222265743067
> -----
>
> tplot -o /root/color.png  -or 1024x768 -k 'CurrentPerHour' 'lines' -k
> 'PacingReqPerHr' 'lines' -if /root/color.input -tf 'date %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%OS'
>
> I cant get to print plots in different color. Could anyone point out what am
> I doing wrong?
>
> Thanks,
> Manish
>
> _______________________________________________
> Haskell-Cafe mailing list
> Haskell-Cafe <at> haskell.org
> http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell-cafe
>

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Manish Trivedi | 18 Sep 20:44 2012
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Re: Choosing color of the track

Thanks a ton Eugene. that worked like a charm :) Appreciate you looking into this and suggesting me the correct approach.
I have another question that if I had single track storing response time of each request, how could I get 95th percentile of the response time. I know TimePlot wiki has quantile example but I havent been able to successfully use it.

Regards,
-Manish

On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Eugene Kirpichov <ekirpichov <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Manish,

The meaning of " <at> " is not what you think it is. It merely draws
colored bars, it does NOT control the color of other kinds of charts.

Here's how what you want can be achieved:
* Remove the " <at> " lines
* Append a common prefix to the input tracks you want to be displayed
on the same output track, e.g. "t.":
2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =t.CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =t.CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
..
2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =t.PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =t.PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316

* Use the "within" diagram kind: tplot .... -dk ''within[.] lines"

Then you'll have a single output track where data from these input
tracks is displayed with different color. However, you don't control
the precise color (I just never really needed to control it, I only
needed it to be different for different tracks).

On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 9:40 PM, Manish Trivedi <trivmanish <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>
> I am trying to plot two tracks with different colors.
> Following is my input file,
>
> ------
> 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 <at> CurrentPerHour13057 Red
> 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:08,203 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:18,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:28,159 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:38,170 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:48,175 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:11:58,174 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:12:08,216 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 00:12:18,218 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
> 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 <at> PacingReqPerHr13057 Blue
> 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
> 2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316
> 2012-09-18 03:58:48,175 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.713057258422
> 2012-09-18 03:58:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.0422443063935
> 2012-09-18 03:59:08,192 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.3730727321126
> 2012-09-18 03:59:18,207 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.9038854561304
> 2012-09-18 03:59:28,168 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.2324444615497
> 2012-09-18 03:59:38,156 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.5619853019184
> 2012-09-18 03:59:48,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.892145685344
> 2012-09-18 03:59:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2377.222265743067
> -----
>
> tplot -o /root/color.png  -or 1024x768 -k 'CurrentPerHour' 'lines' -k
> 'PacingReqPerHr' 'lines' -if /root/color.input -tf 'date %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%OS'
>
> I cant get to print plots in different color. Could anyone point out what am
> I doing wrong?
>
> Thanks,
> Manish
>
> _______________________________________________
> Haskell-Cafe mailing list
> Haskell-Cafe <at> haskell.org
> http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell-cafe
>



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Eugene Kirpichov | 18 Sep 20:51 2012
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Re: Choosing color of the track

Hi,

Suppose you have data like this:

2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =responseTime 53
...

Then you should just use -dk 'quantile 0.95' and you'll see a graph of
stacked bars like [XXXX][YYYYY] (but vertical) where XXX is min..95%
and YYY is 95%..max.

On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 11:44 AM, Manish Trivedi <trivmanish <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks a ton Eugene. that worked like a charm :) Appreciate you looking into
> this and suggesting me the correct approach.
> I have another question that if I had single track storing response time of
> each request, how could I get 95th percentile of the response time. I know
> TimePlot wiki has quantile example but I havent been able to successfully
> use it.
>
> Regards,
> -Manish
>
>
> On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Eugene Kirpichov <ekirpichov <at> gmail.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> Hi Manish,
>>
>> The meaning of " <at> " is not what you think it is. It merely draws
>> colored bars, it does NOT control the color of other kinds of charts.
>>
>> Here's how what you want can be achieved:
>> * Remove the " <at> " lines
>> * Append a common prefix to the input tracks you want to be displayed
>> on the same output track, e.g. "t.":
>> 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =t.CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> 2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =t.CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> ..
>> 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =t.PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
>> 2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =t.PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316
>>
>> * Use the "within" diagram kind: tplot .... -dk ''within[.] lines"
>>
>> Then you'll have a single output track where data from these input
>> tracks is displayed with different color. However, you don't control
>> the precise color (I just never really needed to control it, I only
>> needed it to be different for different tracks).
>>
>> On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 9:40 PM, Manish Trivedi <trivmanish <at> gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>> > Hi Folks,
>> >
>> > I am trying to plot two tracks with different colors.
>> > Following is my input file,
>> >
>> > ------
>> > 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166  <at> CurrentPerHour13057 Red
>> > 2012-09-18 00:10:48,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:10:58,155 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:11:08,203 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:11:18,166 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:11:28,159 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:11:38,170 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:11:48,175 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:11:58,174 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:12:08,216 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 00:12:18,218 =CurrentPerHour13057 0.0
>> > 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159  <at> PacingReqPerHr13057 Blue
>> > 2012-09-18 03:58:28,159 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.0534412521242
>> > 2012-09-18 03:58:38,161 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.383005739316
>> > 2012-09-18 03:58:48,175 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.713057258422
>> > 2012-09-18 03:58:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.0422443063935
>> > 2012-09-18 03:59:08,192 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.3730727321126
>> > 2012-09-18 03:59:18,207 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2375.9038854561304
>> > 2012-09-18 03:59:28,168 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.2324444615497
>> > 2012-09-18 03:59:38,156 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.5619853019184
>> > 2012-09-18 03:59:48,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2376.892145685344
>> > 2012-09-18 03:59:58,160 =PacingReqPerHr13057 2377.222265743067
>> > -----
>> >
>> > tplot -o /root/color.png  -or 1024x768 -k 'CurrentPerHour' 'lines' -k
>> > 'PacingReqPerHr' 'lines' -if /root/color.input -tf 'date %Y-%m-%d
>> > %H:%M:%OS'
>> >
>> > I cant get to print plots in different color. Could anyone point out
>> > what am
>> > I doing wrong?
>> >
>> > Thanks,
>> > Manish
>> >
>> > _______________________________________________
>> > Haskell-Cafe mailing list
>> > Haskell-Cafe <at> haskell.org
>> > http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell-cafe
>> >
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Eugene Kirpichov
>> http://www.linkedin.com/in/eugenekirpichov
>> We're hiring! http://tinyurl.com/mirantis-openstack-engineer
>
>

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