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combinesummaries(1)	FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual	   combinesummaries(1)

NAME
     combinesummaries -- Scalar	Summary	Combination Tool

SYNOPSIS
     combinesummaries [Output File] [Var Names]	-quiet

DESCRIPTION
     combinesummaries is a combination tool for	GNU R data files: it creates a
     single data table from multiple input files. CombineSummaries supports
     on-the-fly	BZip2 compression. After startup, the program accepts the fol-
     lowing commands from standard input (*not*	as command-line	arguments!):

     --values=Values
	    Sets the values of the output variables for	the next input file to
	    the	provided space-separated values. One value for each variable
	    has	to be provided.

     --input=Filename
	    Process the	given input file.

     --simulationdirectory=Directory
	    Sets the directory where to	find the input files.

ARGUMENTS
     The following arguments may be provided:

     Output File
	     The name of the output file to be created.

     Var Names
	     A space-separated list of output variable names to	be added to
	     the output	data tables.

     -quiet  Do	not print verbose status information.

EXAMPLE
     Consider two data tables v1.data.bz2 (created with	ParameterY=Alpha) and
     v2.data.bz2 (created with ParameterY=Beta).  The output data table	should
     be	written	to output.data.bz2.
     ( echo "--values=\"Alpha\""   && \
       echo "--input=v1.data.bz2"  && \
       echo "--values=\"Beta\""	   && \
       echo "--input=v2.data.bz2" ) | combinesummaries output.data.bz2 "Param-
     eterY"

AUTHORS
     Thomas Dreibholz
     https://www.uni-due.de/~be0001/netperfmeter
     mailto://dreibh@iem.uni-due.de

CombineSummaries		 June 27, 2010		      CombineSummaries

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