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       cfetoolgraph - create graphs from a cfetool database


       cfetoolgraph name [--path-p directory name] [--daily-d] [--weekly-w]
       [--yearly-y] [--timestamps-T] [--resolution-r] [--help-h]


       The cfetoolgraph command dumps graphs of averages for visual inspection
       of the normal state database. The files are in a format viewable by
       "gnuplot" or "xgmr" or other graphical plotting program.

       The command generates three or four files in a subdirectory of the
       database directory with a name beginning with either "daily", "weekly"
       or "yearly", then "-", then either "snapshot" or the current time, if
       the -T option is used.  The files are named "average", "stddev", and
       "graph". The "graph" file contains both the averages and standard
       deviations, useful for plotting with error bars.

       If a histogram file is present, a fourth file named "distr" will also
       be created, plotting the distribution of fluctuations about the mean

       If the -d, -w and -y options are all omitted, the default is to only
       graph the weekly database.


       --path-p directory name
           The directory in which the database specified by name can be found.

           Graph the daily averages database.

           Graph the weekly averages database.

           Graph the yearly averages database.

           Time-stamp the output filenames with the current time, in order to
           give a unique name.

           Generate high resolution data (), instead of averaging data over
           periods of one hour to generate simpler and smoother graphs.

           Prints a short help message and then exits.


         % cfetoolgraph temperature --path /my/path --resolution

       Create graph files of the weekly database in high resolution in the
       "/my/path/temperature/weekly-snapshot" directory.


       The code and documentation were contributed by Stanford Linear
       Accelerator Center, a department of Stanford University.  This
       documentation was written by

       Elizabeth Cassell <> and
       Alf Wachsmann <>


        Copyright 2004 Alf Wachsmann <> and
                       Elizabeth Cassell <>
        All rights reserved.