Provided by: printbill_4.1.2-1.1_i386
printbill_grapher - check your print quota
printbill_grapher --path <path> [--fraction <fraction>] [--slices
<slices>] [--printer <printer>] [--force] [--help]
printbill_grapher performs statistical analysis of the stats file for
the specified printer, displays maximum, minimum, mean, standard
deviation and median for each parameter on standard output, and
generates a set of graphs showing the frequency distribution of key
parameters plus the temporal distribution of printer load (measured by
page count) averaged over four different time scales (past week, past
month, past year and forever). Output files are prefixed with
"printer_" and are saved in the path specified on the command-line (or
current working directory if not otherwise specified).
printbill_grapher requires a fully functional printbill installation,
and all that that entails. You must also have a functional gnuplot
installation with PNG support.
Please see the accompanying README file for installation instructions.
Chances are if you’re reading this it’s correctly installed.
Specifies the directory where .PNG files for the varoius graphs
will be written. Defaults to current working directory.
Only plot the <fraction> lowest values. Useful when you want to
see a bit more detail of some very long-tailed distributions.
Defaults to 1 (i.e. see everything).
Frequency histograms will use <slices> range bins. Defaults to
Specify the printer whose stats you wish to analyse. Defaults to
--help Prints usage message.
printbill and the accompanying utilities were written by Daniel
Franklin (email@example.com). The web interface was written by Phil
You can always grab the latest and greatest version from
/var/lib/printbill/printbill.db The database. It contains entries for
the total pages printed and the total paid into the database.
printbill(1), printbill(8), printbilld(1), printbill_configure(8),
percentblack(1), percentcolour(1), percent_cmy(1), pqcheck(1),
printquote(1), printbill_printer(1), printbillrc(5), printcap(5),