Bash shell scripts for various purposes
- Shell script to move files around. Simple example of shell-awk-shell pipe chain.
- Shell script to move files around. A slightly more complex example of shell-awk-shell pipe chain.
- Shell script to extract data from logfiles by calling awk script for each participant. Example of a simple wrapper script for repeating identical operations on several files.
- Shell script to get and process music data using LastFM API. Example of wget, XML data munging using xmlstarlet, piping to other utilities...in short, an illustration of a point or two of the Unix Philosophy.
- Shell script to get and process music data using LastFM API. A shorter version using a couple of other functions from the API.
- Shell script to get and process music data using Spotify API. Example of curl.
- Shell script to query the Celex database for biphone frequencies. Example of wget utility and shell read command.
- Shell script to query the Celex database for word frequencies. Similar to the previous example.
- Shell script to produce synthesised audio of text using say.
- Shell script to rename files by removing special characters from filenames
- Shell script that calls an awk script for repeated operations. Another example of a wrapper script.
- Shell script that calls an R script by supplying input and output file names to it. In essence, a couple of placeholder strings in the R script is replaced with the input and output filenames, and the modified R script stored temporarily and run. (Original script in a different form inherited from an unknown author at MPI Leipzig; adapted by me for this purpose).
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