dbmultistats - run dbcolstats over each group of inputs identified by some key
$0 [-dm] [-c ConfidencePercent] [-f FormatForm] [-q NumberOfQuartiles] -k KeyField ValueField
The input table is grouped by KeyField, then we compute a separate set of column statistics on ValueField for each group with a unique key.
Assumptions and requirements are the same as dbmapreduce (this program is just a wrapper around that program):
By default, data can be provided in arbitrary order and the program consumes O(number of unique tags) memory, and O(size of data) disk space.
With the -S option, data must arrive group by tags (not necessarily sorted), and the program consumes O(number of tags) memory and no disk space. The program will check and abort if this precondition is not met.
With two -S's, program consumes O(1) memory, but doesn't verify that the data-arrival precondition is met.
(Note that these semantics are exactly like dbmapreduce -k KeyField -- dbcolstats ValueField dbmultistats provides a simpler API that passes through statistics-specific arguments and is optimized when data is pre-sorted and there are no quarties or medians.)
Options are the same as dbcolstats.
specify which column is the key for grouping (default: the first column)
Enables null output (all fields are "-", n is 0) if we get input with a schema but no records. Without this option, just output the schema but no rows. Default: no output if no input.
Compute stats over all records (treat non-numeric records as zero rather than just ignoring them).
Specify FRACTION for the confidence interval. Defaults to 0.95 for a 95% confidence factor.
Specify a printf(3)-style format for output statistics. Defaults to %.5g.
Compute median value. (Will sort data if necessary.) (Median is the quantitle for N=2.)
Compute quantile (quartile when N is 4), or an arbitrary quantile for other values of N, where the scores that are 1 Nth of the way across the population.
Assume data is already sorted. With one -S, we check and confirm this precondition. When repeated, we skip the check.
where to put temporary data. Only used if median or quantiles are requested. Also uses environment variable TMPDIR, if -T is not specified. Default is /tmp.
Allow up to N reducers to run in parallel. Default is the number of CPUs in the machine.
Specify the field (column) separator as S. See dbfilealter for valid field separators.
This module also supports the standard fsdb options:
Enable debugging output.
Read from InputSource, typically a file name, or - for standard input, or (if in Perl) a IO::Handle, Fsdb::IO or Fsdb::BoundedQueue objects.
Write to OutputDestination, typically a file name, or - for standard output, or (if in Perl) a IO::Handle, Fsdb::IO or Fsdb::BoundedQueue objects.
By default, programs process automatically, but Fsdb::Filter objects in Perl do not run until you invoke the run() method. The --(no)autorun option controls that behavior within Perl.
Use H as the full Fsdb header, rather than reading a header from then input.
Show full manual.
#fsdb experiment duration
cat DATA/stats.fsdb | dbmultistats -k experiment duration
#fsdb experiment mean stddev pct_rsd conf_range conf_low conf_high conf_pct sum sum_squared min max n
ufs_mab_sys 37.25 0.070711 0.18983 0.6353 36.615 37.885 0.95 74.5 2775.1 37.2 37.3 2
ufs_rcp_real 271.2 9.4752 3.4938 85.13 186.07 356.33 0.95 542.4 1.4719e+05 264.5 277.9 2
# | /home/johnh/BIN/DB/dbmultistats experiment duration
Fsdb. dbmapreduce. dbcolstats.
$filter = new Fsdb::Filter::dbmultistats(@arguments);
Create a new dbmultistats object, taking command-line arguments.
Internal: set up defaults.
Internal: parse command-line arguments.
Internal: setup, parse headers.
Pass the right options to dbmapreduce and dbcolstats.
Internal: run over each rows.
Internal: write trailer.
Copyright (C) 1991-2015 by John Heidemann <email@example.com>
This program is distributed under terms of the GNU general public license, version 2. See the file COPYING with the distribution for details.
To install Fsdb, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.