Provided by: python3-tables_3.4.4-2_all
pttree - prints a quick overview of the contents of PyTables HDF5 files.
pttree [ OPTIONS ] filename[:nodepath]
pttree is designed to give a quick overview of the contents of a PyTables HDF5 file by printing a depth-indented list of nodes, similar to the output of the Unix `tree` function. It can also display the size, shape and compression states of individual nodes, as well as summary information for the whole file. For a more verbose output (including metadata), see `ptdump`.
A summary of options is included below. -L MAX_DEPTH, --max-level MAX_DEPTH maximum branch depth of tree to display (-1 == no limit) -S SORT_BY, --sort-by SORT_BY artificially order nodes, can be either "size", "name" or "none" --print-size print size of each node/branch --no-print-size --print-shape print shape of each node --no-print-shape --print-compression print compression library(level) for each compressed node --no-print-compression --print-percent print size of each node as a % of the total tree size on disk --no-print-percent --use-si-units report sizes in SI units (1 MB == 10^6 B) --use-binary-units report sizes in binary units (1 MiB == 2^20 B) -h Print help on usage.
ptdump(1). These utilities are documented fully by PyTables user's manual.
This manual page was written by Antonio Valentino <firstname.lastname@example.org>. May 15, 2013 pttree(1)