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shellstats

Shellstats reads your shell history and shows you the most used commands. Typical output looks like:

   Command              Count      Percentage
 1 ls                   326        17.0%
 2 cd                   254        13.3%
 3 less                 172        8.99%
 4 sudo                 162        8.47%
 5 emacs                159        8.31%
 6 screen               146        7.63%
 7 echo                 103        5.38%
 8 top                  100        5.23%
 9 du                   85         4.44%
10 grep                 70         3.66%

Installation

Install it with a simple:

$ pip install shellstats

In addition if you want to see a pie chart of the above output, you need to have matplotlib installed (package 'python-matplotlib' in Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora).

Usage

Usage: shellstats [OPTIONS]

  Print the most frequently used shell commands.

Options:
  --n INTEGER          How many commands to show.
  --plot               Plot command usage in pie chart.
  --command TEXT       Most frequent subcommands for command, e.g. sudo, git.
  --history-file PATH  Read shell history from history-file.
  --shell TEXT         Specify shell history format: bash, fish or zsh.
  --help               Show this message and exit.