Show byte statistics as an ASCII circle graph
Descriptionbytes-circle is a program that shows statistics about bytes contained in a file as an ASCII circle graph of deviations from mean in sigma increments. The program can be useful for statistically analyze the content of files in a glimpse: text files are shown as a green centered crown, compressed and encrypted files should be shown as equally distributed variations with a very low CV (sigma/mean), and other types of files can be classified between these two categories depending on their ASCII vs binary content, which can be useful to quickly determine how information is stored inside them (redis db, mmedia files, etc).
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