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comment Remove pauses greater than x from pcap file
Thanks karyhead. Your suggestion will not only remove long pauses between 2 packets, it will change the timestamps of all packages. The effect of doing this and then tcp-replaying is the same as simply running tcpreplay-edit --pps 1000. In other words, no need to run an extra command, unless of course you want to normalize your pcap timestamps once'n'for all.
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comment Robustly segmenting a csv file containing noisy data
Your prose (N times greater/smaller than previous) doesn't match your code (difference greater/smaller than thr). That said, if what you mean by N times greater/smaller treats an increase from 1 to 2 the same as a jump from 50 to 100, then I don't think it would do the job very well.
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