mail2chart 1.4.1

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : GPL - GNU Public License
CreatedCreated : May 21, 2007
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mail2chart generates various statistical charts from ...

mail2chart by Stefan Merten generates various statistical charts from a bunch of mail messages. The code for generating a certain type of chart is plugged into the program.
option-a alias-file
--aliases=alias-file
If the same person wrote mail from varying addresses this file can list all the aliases. Then each address is treated as if it came from the last name returned by ali -alias alias-file -list -user addressI. e. alias-file is kind of a reversed alias file because many addresses are mapped onto one address instead of one address to many ones. The default aliases which may be introduced by the default alias file are not considered. Of course this option can also be used to define groups. A verbose message is output if there are more than one aliases for a single address. The file is a regular alias file for MH. See mh-alias for a description.
-d date-file
--dates=date-file
A file containing special dates with a description of the date. May be used to mark special events in charts using time as one axis. The file is organized line by line. Each line must be made up of the date in the form %Y/%m/%d and an arbitrary string for that date seperated by whitespace. # as the first non-blank character marks comment lines and blank lines are ignored.
-f folder
--folder=folder
The MH folder to obtain mails from without leading . This option is actually required for most commands. This option may be given multiple to include multiple folders in one run.
-i image-type
--image-type=image-type
The image type to use by gnuplot. image-type is used as the argument to the gnuplot command set terminal. If image-type is the empty string, then no terminal is set and the gnuplot default will be used. Under X this is the X display and care is taken, to allow the generated picture to be viewed. Hit q when done. This option defaults to png. Another useful value is postscript eps. Note: Try help set terminal at the gnuplot prompt to get an idea of what is possible.
-o output-file
--output-file=output-file
output-file gives the output file the chart is written to. If image-type is empty, output-file defaults to standard output. In practice there usually is no output file in this case. In other cases output-file defaults to a useful name based on the arguments of command (usually the name of the mailing list) and is extended by the first word of the image format given as image-type.
-p period
--period=period
Give the period for which to sample time data. period must be one of the following letters: y
Year q
Quarter m
Month w
Week d
Day Each of these units starts when it starts naturally. I. e. a new day starts at 0 o'clock local time, a new week starts when Monday of that week starts, a new month starts when the 1st of it starts and so on. The time range shown in the figure is determined by the first and the last of the selected messages.
Defaults to m. -v
--verbose
Operate verbose. -H
--help
Generate the man page for this program on standard output. If an unknown option such as -. is given, a short usage message is generated.

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