I have a.txt,b.txt,c.txt. Each has different numbers as below: a.txt: 12 14 111 1 15 2 b.txt 12 18 22 23 1 2 c.txt 12 14 15 16 17 1200 The output should contains all the numbers from ...
Given perhaps comma- or tab-delimited input, I'd like to present a series of appropriately padded columns to stdout, so I can easily scan columnar information which would otherwise present rather ...
Say I have a csv file with these columns: timestamp,cpu,memory An example of the shape of the actual data would be this chart: Having the data visualized in this way, it's easy for the human eye ...
I have two csv files, there are some overlap columns between these two files. Assume one file is called as A.csv and another is called as B.csv. The intersection of A and B is called as C. I would ...
Is there a command-line utility which would allow me to extract pitch information from an audio file and store it in a numerical form (i.e. as a list of comma-separated values)?
Does such a thing exist? Text-based spreadsheets that display well in a CLI environment. I'm aware that I could cat foobar.csvand do as I please, but it isn't particularly practical or attractive. I ...
I have a big CSV file. I would like to view my file using less or some command like it which doesn't have to read the whole file at once to show me part of it. Is there a command out there which can ...
Sometimes, I'm getting as an input tab separated list, which is not quite aligned, for instance var1 var2 var3 var_with_long_name_which_ruins_alignment var2 var3 Is there an easy way to render ...
I work with CSV files and sometimes need to quickly check the contents of a row or column from the command line. In many cases cut, head, tail, and friends will do the job; however, cut cannot easily ...