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New post 09 Aug 2004, 21:02
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Dear friends,
I have quickly put together a application that analyses error log files, and generates various reports. The log files need to be in a particular format which is documented in README.txt. I am attaching a zip file which contains program files and sample log files. The application is extensible so that it can generate different kinds of reports without modification. Please try this application and let me know if there are major usability concerns.At best this application is of BETA quality so please be kind. The following are the few reports generated from the application.
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New post 10 Aug 2004, 00:54
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here is a sample run. pbajaria, i posted the code in a seperate post. thanks again for volunteering your time.

Code:
G:\gmat_report\results>report.py -f gmat_* -f quan* -r report_quant
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| Type                | Cor | Incor | Av Time |
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| prime               | 1   | 0     | 00:36   |
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| distance            | 0   | 3     | 03:56   |
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| complex algebra     | 3   | 1     | 02:24   |
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| ratio               | 1   | 2     | 01:32   |
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| probability         | 4   | 3     | 02:35   |
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| geometry            | 7   | 3     | 01:50   |
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| basic algebra       | 11  | 2     | 02:20   |
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| percent             | 2   | 2     | 02:14   |
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| number properties   | 6   | 12    | 01:51   |
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| coordinate geometry | 1   | 0     | 02:21   |
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| rate                | 2   | 0     | 03:17   |
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| mixture             | 1   | 0     | 02:33   |
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| square root         | 1   | 0     | 00:22   |
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| fraction            | 2   | 0     | 01:13   |
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| factorial           | 0   | 1     | 02:42   |
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| scientific notation | 2   | 0     | 01:07   |
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| percentage          | 1   | 0     | 01:20   |
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| work                | 1   | 0     | 03:45   |
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| other               | 0   | 3     | 03:21   |
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| mean                | 1   | 2     | 02:58   |
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Average time=02:12 Correct time=01:58 Incorrect time=02:32

PS: correct percent=63,incorrect percent=36
DS: correct percent=50,incorrect percent=50

Correct=47,Incorrect=34,Total=81
Correct percent=58,Incorrect percent=41


!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
G:\gmat_report\results>report.py -f verbal* -r report_verb
sc : Average time=01:42
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| Type               | Cor | Incor | Av Time |
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| antecedent         | 0   | 1     | 01:55   |
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| noun agreement     | 1   | 0     | 01:34   |
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| passive voice      | 1   | 0     | 01:25   |
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| logical comparison | 3   | 0     | 01:29   |
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| idiom              | 0   | 1     | 02:38   |
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| meaning            | 2   | 1     | 01:48   |
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| modification       | 1   | 0     | 00:58   |
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| parallel           | 2   | 0     | 01:54   |
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cr : Average time=02:01
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| Type               | Cor | Incor | Av Time |
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| implication        | 2   | 2     | 01:58   |
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| assumption         | 0   | 1     | 02:28   |
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| logical comparison | 0   | 1     | 02:21   |
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| weaken             | 4   | 2     | 01:56   |
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rc : Average time=02:04
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| Type             | Cor | Incor | Av Time |
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| awkward sounding | 0   | 1     | 02:23   |
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| implications     | 1   | 0     | 00:23   |
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| according to     | 1   | 1     | 03:22   |
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| other            | 1   | 1     | 00:58   |
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| purpose          | 2   | 1     | 03:17   |
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| implication      | 4   | 1     | 01:45   |
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| quote support    | 1   | 0     | 01:48   |
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| weaken           | 1   | 0     | 01:15   |
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Average time=01:56 Correct time=01:45 Incorrect time=02:17
Correct=27,Incorrect=14,Total=41
Correct percent=65,Incorrect percent=34


!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
G:\gmat_report\results>report.py -f gmat_* -f quan* -f verbal* -r report_correct_percent
Correct=74,Incorrect=48,Total=122
Correct percent=60,Incorrect percent=39
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New post 07 Sep 2004, 08:12
Praetorian and pbajaria..

I would like to know how to use this program. I downloaded Python 2.3 from the website. But, when I open Python GUI, I do not know what to do next. I also read that README file, but it did not make any sense to me.

I am not an IT guy, so do not know all the tricks you can play with program to make it run. What kind of input can you supply to this program to generate the output cut-pasted by Praetorian? Can you give me detail info about how can one satisfactorily make use of this program?

Please guide.

Thanks,
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New post 08 Sep 2004, 20:47
1)Assuming that you have Windows OS running, open "Command Prompt".
2) Go to the directory where you have unzipped the program files.
3) Type "report.py" and you should see help on how to use the program as follows

Options:
-h display this help messsage
-f data file/files
-r report name

4) I have included some sample log files. Now type "report.py -f gmat_club_c4.txt -r report_quant". You should see the following

Code:
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| Type              | Cor | Incor | Av Time |
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| distance          | 0   | 1     | 02:39   |
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| mixture           | 1   | 0     | 02:33   |
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| ratio             | 1   | 0     | 00:38   |
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| probability       | 4   | 2     | 02:13   |
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| geometry          | 1   | 2     | 01:56   |
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| basic algebra     | 5   | 1     | 02:35   |
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| work              | 1   | 0     | 03:45   |
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| number properties | 4   | 10    | 01:36   |
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| rate              | 1   | 0     | 04:39   |
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| fraction          | 1   | 0     | 01:42   |
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| percentage        | 1   | 0     | 01:20   |
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5) Now if you want to generate report on more than 1 file then you would wildcard the file name. i.e

report.py -f gmat_club* -r report_quant

Now, the generated report will use all log file name that start with name "gmat_club".

6) There are 3 reports that you can run
a) report_quant : This report gives detailed information about your quant. log
b) report_verbal: This report gives detailed information about your verbal log
c) report_correct_percent: This report gives your overall percentage correct/incorrect

7) The format of log file is relatively easy to understand. Use one the included log files as template

Hopefully, this should get you little bit futher. Let me know if you need more help.

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New post 19 Jun 2005, 02:45
Neat stuff !! I am using Python for my work and have never thought about using it to create reports. Nice work there !
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New post 26 Sep 2005, 06:28
Does anybody can explain question types breakdowns for SC section provided above?

In particular, what does "antecedent" mean?
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New post 30 Mar 2006, 06:57
hi all,
just downloaded python and the attached file and ran both together....
makes little sense to me as i am not a computer person......
pls tell me how is it an error log ..... and how can we make additions to it...??
thanx in advance....
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Pen and paper...And marking directly on my book....is the best error log!!!!!!!!
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