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Angle Grinder

A terminal app to slice, dice, and aggregate your logs
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What is Angle Grinder?

It allows you to parse, aggregate, sum, average, min/max, percentile, and sort your data. You can see it, live-updating, in your terminal. It is designed for when, for whatever reason, you don't have your data in graphite/honeycomb/kibana/sumologic/splunk/etc. but still want to be able to do sophisticated analytics.
Angle Grinder is a tool in the Logging Tools category of a tech stack.
Angle Grinder is an open source tool with 2.1K GitHub stars and 47 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Angle Grinder's open source repository on GitHub

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Angle Grinder's Features

  • Slice and dice logs on the command line
  • Parse, aggregate, sum, average, min/max, percentile, and sort your data
  • Live-updating

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Seq
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