EDAT, the "Extensible Data Analysis Toolkit" is a Ruby based tool for the analysis of trace files. It follows a flow-based, visual programming approach that allows to combine existing operators to an analysis. New operators can be easily created within minutes and integrated in the anaylsis-flow. Although EDAT has been primarily developed for the analysis of trace files from network simulations and experiments, it can also be applied to other fields.

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People

Wolfgang Kiess
Thomas Ogilvie (alumni)
Ulrich Wittelsbürger (alumni)
Nadine Chmill (alumni)

Contact

kiess at cs dot uni-duesseldorf dot de

Publications

Wolfgang KiessBjörn ScheuermannTill ElsnerMartin MauveMethod for sharing wireless access points to a communications networkWO 2010 127806PCT EP2010 0026342010November 11

Wolfgang Kiess, Nadine Chmill, Ulrich Wittelsbürger, Martin Mauve.
Modular Network Trace Analysis. PE-WASUN 2008: Proceedings of the Fifth ACM International Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Wireless Ad Hoc, Sensor, and Ubiquitous Networks, Vancouver, Canada, October 2008.

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