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PrateekKumarSingh
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Description

Open-Source, Platform independent module that consumes data points as input and plots them on a 2D graph [Scatter / Bar / Line] on the PowerShell Console/Terminal

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Powershell Console/Terminal Graph

Consumes data points as input and plots them on a 2D graph in the Powershell console

Type of Graphs Available -

  1. Scatter

  2. Bar

  3. Line

Installation

PowerShell v5 and Later

You can install the

Graphical
module directly from the PowerShell Gallery
  • [Recommended] Install to your personal PowerShell Modules folder
    PowerShell
    Install-Module Graphical -scope CurrentUser
    
  • [Requires Elevation] Install for Everyone (computer PowerShell Modules folder)
    PowerShell
    Install-Module Graphical
    

PowerShell v4 and Earlier

To install to your personal modules folder run:

PowerShell
iex (new-object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/PrateekKumarSingh/Graphical/master/Install.ps1')

Features

  • Color-coded output depending upon the Value of data point
  • Colors codes can be customized by passing a color-map hash table
  • Custom X an Y-Axis labels
  • Graph in console is independent and fully customizable, not like Task Manager (Performance Tab)
  • Could be incorporated in Powershell scripts
  • Can consume data points generated during script run or Pre stored data like in a file or database.
  • Independent of PowerShell version, and Works on PowerShell Core (Windows\Linux)

Use Cases

  1. The function

    Show-Graph
    takes data points as input and plot them on a 2D graph

    You can also customize the labels on X and Y-Axis and provide a graph title

    The function

    Show-Graph
    can consume data points, generated during script execution or from a file or database like in the above example.

  2. Plotting Audio Peak Levels in your PowerShell Console (Don't forget to play some audio! :P)

    Install-Module AudioDeviceCmdlets, Graphical
    Import-Module AudioDeviceCmdlets, Graphical -Verbose
    $Device = Get-AudioDevice -Playback
    [int[]]$datapoints [email protected](0)*50
    do {
        $PeakValue = $Device.Device.AudioMeterInformation.MasterPeakValue*100
        $datapoints += [int]$PeakValue
        $datapoints = $datapoints | Select-Object -last 50
        Clear-Host
        Show-Graph -datapoints $datapoints -GraphTitle AudioLevels
        Show-Graph -datapoints $datapoints -GraphTitle AudioLevels -Type Line
        Show-Graph -datapoints $datapoints -GraphTitle AudioLevels -Type Scatter
        Start-Sleep -Milliseconds 1000
    } while ($true)
    

    1. Visualizing Azure Monitor Metrics like CPU %age on a Virtual machine in #PowerShell
    $ResourceID = '/subscriptions//resourceGroups/demo-resource-group/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/SimpleWinVM'
    $Data = Get-AzMetric -ResourceId $ResourceID  -WarningAction SilentlyContinue | Select-Object unit, data
    $Datpoints = $data.data.average.foreach({[int]$_})
    
    

    Import-Module Graphical Show-Graph -Datapoints $Datpoints -GraphTitle 'CPU (% age)'

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