Convert aida data files to a flat format
aida2flat [options] aidafile [aidafile2 ...]
Convert AIDA data files to a flat format which is more human-readable then the XML (and by default also plottable directly using make-plots). The output is by default written out to standard output unless the --split, --smart-output, --gnuplot, or --output options are specified. When specifying either input or output filenames, a '-' is used to refer to stdin or stdout as appropriate.
Histograms can also be filtered by AIDA path, using the -m or -M options for a positive or negative regex pattern patch respectively.
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-o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT
Write all histos to a single output file, rather than the default writing to stdout. stdout can be explicitly specified by setting '-' as the output filename. This option will be disregarded if --split, --smart-output, or --gnuplot is specified.
Write each histo to a separate output file, with names based on the histo path
Write to output files with names based on the corresponding input filename. This option will be disregarded if --split is specified.
Provide output suitable for Gnuplot's 'plot "foo.dat" with xye'. This option implies --split and will override --output or --smart-output
directory which may contain plot header information
-m PATHPATTERNS, --match=PATHPATTERNS
Only write out histograms whose $path/$name string matches these regexes
-M PATHUNPATTERNS, --unmatch=PATHUNPATTERNS
Exclude histograms whose $path/$name string matches these regexes
This manual page was written by Lifeng Sun <[email protected]> for the Debian system (but may be used by others).