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Commit ebb1c4ae authored by Auguston, Mikhail's avatar Auguston, Mikhail


parent e1f2bdc7
// Table and bar chart example, run for scope 1
// Created by Mikhail Auguston on 11/15/19.
SCHEMA Example
ROOT A: a b c a;
TABLE trace_stats { TITLE ("Trace " trace_id);
TABS string event_name,
number total_number;
BAR CHART chart_states { TITLE( "Trace " trace_id " chart");
FROM trace_stats; /* contents of the bar chart is derived from
the table trace_stats */
X_AXIS event_name;
GRAPH event_counters { };
/* This graph container is used as an associative array data structure
to accumulate event count
for each event in the trace via node attributes */
ATTRIBUTES {number count;};
/* Collect event data and store it in the graph container */
WITHIN event_counters{
COORDINATE $e: $$EVENT /* loop over all events within the trace */
DO Node$a: LAST ($e);
Node$a.count +:=1; /* increment node’s attribute value */
/* Second loop - now fill the table, see loop_over_graph (105) */
FOR Node$n /* variable Node$n is traversing event_counters node set */
trace_stats <| /* store tuple in the table trace_stats */
event_name : SAY(Node$n),
/* here (Node$n) is a string_constructor(87)
converting node’s name (label) into a character string */
total_number: Node$n.count ;
SHOW trace_stats;
SHOW chart_states; /* contents of the related table provides data source for the bar chart */
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