The Tool Set for Computational Experiments provides some output filtering tools that should help to analyze the raw data output of an experiment and to facilitate the conversion between different formats.
To achieve maximum flexibility, these tools provide two kind of filters: filters that convert text given in any form to an internal sus data format and filters that convert a sus file to some other formats, such as an ASCII table, a LATEX table, a gnuplot data or graph. For example, the filters table2sus and text2sus belong to the former kind and sus2text, sus2latex, sus2plot belong to the latter kind.
All filters expect input from standard input and write output to standard output by default. It is also possible to use the --input or --output switches to specify the files explicitly. If there is no such switch, a filter program <filter_program> should be called using redirection:
The sus file is a text file following Python's syntax (see http://www.python.org).