Fsdb::Filter::dbcolsplittorows - split an existing column into multiple new rows River stage zero No dependents

Split column into pieces, outputting one row for each piece. By default, any empty fields are ignored. If an empty field value is given with -e, then they produce output. When a null value is given, empty fields at the beginning and end of lines are ...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb - a flat-text database for shell scripting River stage zero No dependents

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::dbcolmerge - merge multiple columns into one River stage zero No dependents

For each row, merge multiple columns down to a single column, joining elements with ElementSeparator (defaults to a single underscore)....

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::dbpipeline - allow db commands to be assembled as pipelines in Perl River stage zero No dependents

This module makes it easy to create pipelines in Perl using separate processes. (In the past we used to use perl threads.) By default (as with all Fsdb modules), input is from STDIN and output to STDOUT. Two helper functions, fromfile and tofile can ...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::dbfilepivot - pivot a table, converting multiple rows into single wide row River stage zero No dependents

Pivot a table, converting multiple rows corresponding to the same key into a single wide row. In a normalized database, one might have data with a schema like (id, attribute, value), but sometimes it's more convenient to see the data with a schema li...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

Fsdb::Filter::dbcolsplittocols - split an existing column into multiple new columns River stage zero No dependents

Create new columns by splitting an existing column. The fragments of the column are each divided by ElementSeparator (default is underscore). This command is the opposite of dbcolmerge. Names of the new columns are given by splitting the name of the ...

JOHNH/Fsdb-2.69 - 22 Nov 2019 17:43:00 UTC

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