#ifndef CCAN_TALLY_H
#define CCAN_TALLY_H
#include
struct tally;
/**
* tally_new - allocate the tally structure.
* @buckets: the number of frequency buckets.
*
* This allocates a tally structure using malloc(). The greater the value
* of @buckets, the more accurate tally_approx_median() and tally_approx_mode()
* and tally_histogram() will be, but more memory is consumed. If you want
* to use tally_histogram(), the optimal bucket value is the same as that
* @height argument.
*/
struct tally *tally_new(unsigned int buckets);
/**
* tally_add - add a value.
* @tally: the tally structure.
* @val: the value to add.
*/
void tally_add(struct tally *tally, ssize_t val);
/**
* tally_num - how many times as tally_add been called?
* @tally: the tally structure.
*/
size_t tally_num(const struct tally *tally);
/**
* tally_min - the minimum value passed to tally_add.
* @tally: the tally structure.
*
* Undefined if tally_num() == 0.
*/
ssize_t tally_min(const struct tally *tally);
/**
* tally_max - the maximum value passed to tally_add.
* @tally: the tally structure.
*
* Undefined if tally_num() == 0.
*/
ssize_t tally_max(const struct tally *tally);
/**
* tally_mean - the mean value passed to tally_add.
* @tally: the tally structure.
*
* Undefined if tally_num() == 0, but will not crash.
*/
ssize_t tally_mean(const struct tally *tally);
/**
* tally_total - the total value passed to tally_add.
* @tally: the tally structure.
* @overflow: the overflow value (or NULL).
*
* If your total can't overflow a ssize_t, you don't need @overflow.
* Otherwise, @overflow is the upper ssize_t, and the return value should
* be treated as the lower size_t (ie. the sign bit is in @overflow).
*/
ssize_t tally_total(const struct tally *tally, ssize_t *overflow);
/**
* tally_approx_median - the approximate median value passed to tally_add.
* @tally: the tally structure.
* @err: the error in the returned value (ie. real median is +/- @err).
*
* Undefined if tally_num() == 0, but will not crash. Because we
* don't reallocate, we don't store all values, so this median cannot be
* exact.
*/
ssize_t tally_approx_median(const struct tally *tally, size_t *err);
/**
* tally_approx_mode - the approximate mode value passed to tally_add.
* @tally: the tally structure.
* @err: the error in the returned value (ie. real mode is +/- @err).
*
* Undefined if tally_num() == 0, but will not crash. Because we
* don't reallocate, we don't store all values, so this mode cannot be
* exact. It could well be a value which was never passed to tally_add!
*/
ssize_t tally_approx_mode(const struct tally *tally, size_t *err);
#define TALLY_MIN_HISTO_WIDTH 8
#define TALLY_MIN_HISTO_HEIGHT 3
/**
* tally_graph - return an ASCII image of the tally_add distribution
* @tally: the tally structure.
* @width: the maximum string width to use (>= TALLY_MIN_HISTO_WIDTH)
* @height: the maximum string height to use (>= TALLY_MIN_HISTO_HEIGHT)
*
* Returns a malloc()ed string which draws a multi-line graph of the
* distribution of values. On out of memory returns NULL.
*/
char *tally_histogram(const struct tally *tally,
unsigned width, unsigned height);
#endif /* CCAN_TALLY_H */