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D-ITG GUI octave.txt

seyazar
Hi,

i have an octave.txt file generated by d-itg gui program,

the app created this file for 5 flows. octave.txt like below, last column is byte size

but i down't know other column what is it ?

how can i plot these columns ?

thanks in advance

selcuk

      1 15 5 -228.198208 15 5 23.329728 128
      2 15 5 1635.645632 15 5 23.355216 128
      3 15 5 -1714.816832 15 5 23.355239 128
      4 15 5 -1396.049728 15 5 23.355254 128
      5 15 5 -1144.391488 15 5 23.355268 128
      6 15 5 -909.510464 15 5 23.355282 128
      7 15 5 -674.629440 15 5 23.355299 128
      8 15 5 -389.416768 15 5 23.355314 128
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Re: D-ITG GUI octave.txt

bpabbott
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On Dec 23, 2012, at 2:55 PM, seyazar wrote:

> Hi,
>
> i have an octave.txt file generated by d-itg gui program,
>
> the app created this file for 5 flows. octave.txt like below, last column is
> byte size
>
> but i down't know other column what is it ?
>
> how can i plot these columns ?
>
> thanks in advance
>
> selcuk
>
>      1 15 5 -228.198208 15 5 23.329728 128
>      2 15 5 1635.645632 15 5 23.355216 128
>      3 15 5 -1714.816832 15 5 23.355239 128
>      4 15 5 -1396.049728 15 5 23.355254 128
>      5 15 5 -1144.391488 15 5 23.355268 128
>      6 15 5 -909.510464 15 5 23.355282 128
>      7 15 5 -674.629440 15 5 23.355299 128
>      8 15 5 -389.416768 15 5 23.355314 128


To plot the 4th column ...

data = load ("octave.txt");
plot (data(:,1), data(:,4), "-s")

Ben

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Re: D-ITG GUI octave.txt

seyazar
Thanks For the prompt reply,

i make a little research, 4th colums is txTime, 7th colum is rxtime, and these values using for

calculate jitter.  Can we use plot like  below ? also can we make calculations , per row and previous row of current of calculation.

and also my data are in five different byte length, 64,128,512 .... can web group these values in one graph.

thanks.

plot (data(:,1), (data(:,7) - data(:,4)) - (?? previous rows ?? ), "-s") 

Inline image 1

selcuk

On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 2:16 AM, bpabbott [via Octave] <[hidden email]> wrote:

On Dec 23, 2012, at 2:55 PM, seyazar wrote:

> Hi,
>
> i have an octave.txt file generated by d-itg gui program,
>
> the app created this file for 5 flows. octave.txt like below, last column is
> byte size
>
> but i down't know other column what is it ?
>
> how can i plot these columns ?
>
> thanks in advance
>
> selcuk
>
>      1 15 5 -228.198208 15 5 23.329728 128
>      2 15 5 1635.645632 15 5 23.355216 128
>      3 15 5 -1714.816832 15 5 23.355239 128
>      4 15 5 -1396.049728 15 5 23.355254 128
>      5 15 5 -1144.391488 15 5 23.355268 128
>      6 15 5 -909.510464 15 5 23.355282 128
>      7 15 5 -674.629440 15 5 23.355299 128
>      8 15 5 -389.416768 15 5 23.355314 128

To plot the 4th column ...

data = load ("octave.txt");
plot (data(:,1), data(:,4), "-s")

Ben

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Re: D-ITG GUI octave.txt

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On Dec 24, 2012, at 3:08 AM, Selcuk Yazar wrote:

> On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 2:16 AM, bpabbott [via Octave] <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> On Dec 23, 2012, at 2:55 PM, seyazar wrote:
>>
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > i have an octave.txt file generated by d-itg gui program,
>> >
>> > the app created this file for 5 flows. octave.txt like below, last column is
>> > byte size
>> >
>> > but i down't know other column what is it ?
>> >
>> > how can i plot these columns ?
>> >
>> > thanks in advance
>> >
>> > selcuk
>> >
>> >      1 15 5 -228.198208 15 5 23.329728 128
>> >      2 15 5 1635.645632 15 5 23.355216 128
>> >      3 15 5 -1714.816832 15 5 23.355239 128
>> >      4 15 5 -1396.049728 15 5 23.355254 128
>> >      5 15 5 -1144.391488 15 5 23.355268 128
>> >      6 15 5 -909.510464 15 5 23.355282 128
>> >      7 15 5 -674.629440 15 5 23.355299 128
>> >      8 15 5 -389.416768 15 5 23.355314 128
>>
>>
>> To plot the 4th column ...
>>
>> data = load ("octave.txt");
>> plot (data(:,1), data(:,4), "-s")
>>
>> Ben
>
> Thanks For the prompt reply,
>
> i make a little research, 4th colums is txTime, 7th colum is rxtime, and these values using for
>
> calculate jitter.  Can we use plot like  below ? also can we make calculations , per row and previous row of current of calculation.
>
> and also my data are in five different byte length, 64,128,512 .... can web group these values in one graph.
>
> thanks.
>
> plot (data(:,1), (data(:,7) - data(:,4)) - (?? previous rows ?? ), "-s")
>
> <image.png>
>
> selcuk

The "plot" you attached is a more of a illustration.  Octave isn't a good tool for drawing illustrations.

Octave is very good for calculations.  Have you tried Octave yet?

Ben



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Re: D-ITG GUI octave.txt

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On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 11:23 AM, Ben Abbott <[hidden email]> wrote:
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On Dec 24, 2012, at 3:08 AM, Selcuk Yazar wrote:

> On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 2:16 AM, bpabbott [via Octave] <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> On Dec 23, 2012, at 2:55 PM, seyazar wrote:
>>
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > i have an octave.txt file generated by d-itg gui program,
>> >
>> > the app created this file for 5 flows. octave.txt like below, last column is
>> > byte size
>> >
>> > but i down't know other column what is it ?
>> >
>> > how can i plot these columns ?
>> >
>> > thanks in advance
>> >
>> > selcuk
>> >
>> >      1 15 5 -228.198208 15 5 23.329728 128
>> >      2 15 5 1635.645632 15 5 23.355216 128
>> >      3 15 5 -1714.816832 15 5 23.355239 128
>> >      4 15 5 -1396.049728 15 5 23.355254 128
>> >      5 15 5 -1144.391488 15 5 23.355268 128
>> >      6 15 5 -909.510464 15 5 23.355282 128
>> >      7 15 5 -674.629440 15 5 23.355299 128
>> >      8 15 5 -389.416768 15 5 23.355314 128
>>
>>
>> To plot the 4th column ...
>>
>> data = load ("octave.txt");
>> plot (data(:,1), data(:,4), "-s")
>>
>> Ben
>
> Thanks For the prompt reply,
>
> i make a little research, 4th colums is txTime, 7th colum is rxtime, and these values using for
>
> calculate jitter.  Can we use plot like  below ? also can we make calculations , per row and previous row of current of calculation.
>
> and also my data are in five different byte length, 64,128,512 .... can web group these values in one graph.
>
> thanks.
>
> plot (data(:,1), (data(:,7) - data(:,4)) - (?? previous rows ?? ), "-s")
>
> <image.png>
>
> selcuk

The "plot" you attached is a more of a illustration.  Octave isn't a good tool for drawing illustrations.

Octave is very good for calculations.  Have you tried Octave yet?

Ben




If you want to see some jitter then maybe you want:

 diff(data(:,7))
ans =

   2.5488e-02
   2.3000e-05
   1.5000e-05
   1.4000e-05
   1.4000e-05
   1.7000e-05
   1.5000e-05

This is just a guess.

try                        help diff

Doug





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