[Haskell-cafe] tplot and splot - analyst's swiss army knifes for visualizing log files

Eugene Kirpichov ekirpichov at gmail.com
Fri Dec 17 10:08:53 CET 2010


Actually the presentation was created in PowerPoint, not in TeX :)
You can download the PDF here -
(however one has to be logged in to Slideshare, for example with a
facebook acct., for this link to work)

Just in case, I'm also attaching a PDF of the current version to this
email, but visiting the link is preferable, since I'll be updating the

2010/12/17 Henning Thielemann <schlepptop at henning-thielemann.de>:
> Eugene Kirpichov schrieb:
>> Hi cafe,
>> I've published a large presentation about two Haskell-based tools of
>> mine - tplot and splot.
>> Their motto is "visualize system behavior from logs with a shell one-liner".
>> Based on my experience, they usually seem to live up to this motto.
>> http://www.slideshare.net/jkff/two-visualization-tools
>> [attention attractor: the presentation has *really a lot* of pictures]
> ... and complete TeX code attached! :-) However can I also view a simple
> PDF document of the presentation?

Eugene Kirpichov
Senior Software Engineer,
Grid Dynamics http://www.griddynamics.com/
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