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Generating SVG graphs from mtr reports
# Use a stacked column histogram
set style data histograms
set style histogram rowstacked
# Columns are 60% of max width (i.e. not touching, set 1.0 for touching)
set boxwidth 0.6
# Define colours - 1:yellow 2:orange 3:red
unset style line
set style line 1 linetype 1 linecolor rgb "#ffff99"
set style line 2 linetype 2 linecolor rgb "#ffdb99"
set style line 3 linetype 3 linecolor rgb "#ff9999"
set style increment userstyles
# Use fill colours with a black border on each segment
set style fill solid 1.00 border lt -1
# Print border/axis only on bottom & left
unset grid
set xtics nomirror out
set ytics nomirror
set border 3
# Legend in top left, get column titles from input file
set key inside left top invert autotitles columnheader
set xlabel "Hops"
set ylabel "Response time (ms)"
# Uncomment next 2 lines to print SVG to standard out
#set terminal svg size 600,300 dynamic fname 'Source Sans Pro' fsize 12 butt solid
#set output
plot "infile" u 2:xticlabel(1), "" u 3, "" u 4
#!/bin/sh
if [ -f $1 ]
then
REPORT=$1
else
echo "Specify an mtr report: $0 path/to/report.txt";
exit 1;
fi
TMP=$(mktemp)
cat $REPORT | tail -n+3 \
| awk 'BEGIN {print "Hop\tBest\tAverage\tWorst";} \
{print NR,"\t",$7,"\t",$6,"\t",$8;}' \
> $TMP
gnuplot << EOF
set style data histograms
set style histogram rowstacked
set boxwidth 0.6
unset style line
set style line 1 linetype 1 linecolor rgb "#ffff99"
set style line 2 linetype 2 linecolor rgb "#ffdb99"
set style line 3 linetype 3 linecolor rgb "#ff9999"
set style increment userstyles
set style fill solid 1.00 border lt -1
unset grid
set xtics nomirror out
set ytics nomirror
set border 3
set key inside left top invert autotitles columnheader
set title "$REPORT"
set xlabel "Hops"
set ylabel "Response time (ms)"
set terminal svg size 650,350 dynamic fname 'Source Sans Pro' fsize 12 butt solid
set output
plot "$TMP" u 2:xticlabel(1), "" u 3, "" u 4
EOF
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