Hello,
the default separator for records is ';'.
You can change this using option --delimiter
regards,
Jakob

2018-02-20 6:05 GMT+01:00 Vrinda Khirwadkar (vkhrwdkr) <vkhrw...@memphis.edu
>:

> Hello team,
>
> Thanks for all your previous suggestions. I am able to proceed ahead in my
> research. However, I am again stuck at one point.
> I am trying to create route.xml file from pre-defined routes csv file
> using csv2xml.py tool. I am using below command and options for the same.
> This runs without any error but the output it produces is not as expected.
> It is putting all attributes values at one place and MISSING_VALUE in edges.
> Can you please suggest what should be the correct way of using csv2xml
> script.
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Command  -
> csv2xml.py "C:\Users\Bhushan\Sumo\rou.csv" -q "," -t "routes" -x "
> http://sumo.dlr.de/xsd/routes_file.xsd"; -o "C:\Users\Bhushan\Sumo\rou.xml"
>
> Input File - (rou.csv):
> id,type,depart,departLane,departSpeed,edges
> 60,pas1,0.79,free,max,-230604780#2 230604780#2 230604780#3 230604780#4
> 230604780#5 130576322#0 130576322#1 130576322#2 130576322#3 130576322#4
> 130576322#5 130576322#6 130576322#7 130576322#8 130576322#9 130576322#10
> 130576322#11 6122889#0 6122889#1 6122889#2 6122889#3 6122889#
> 451,pas2,4.77,free,max,-6095593 6089496#2 6089496#3 6100188#1 6100188#2
> -6097263#1 -6097263#0 6143547#7 6143547#8 6126772#10 6126772#11 6126772#12
> 6116950#0 6116950#1 6116950#2 6116950#3 6126074#0 6109854#0 6109854#1
> 6128264#5
>
> Output File - (rou.xml):
> <routes>
>     <vehicle 
> depart,departLane,departSpeed,edges="60,pas1,0.79,free,max,-230604780#2
> 230604780#2 230604780#3 230604780#4 230604780#5 130576322#0 130576322#1
> 130576322#2 130576322#3 130576322#4 130576322#5 130576322#6 130576322#7
> 130576322#8 130576322#9 130576322#10 130576322#11 6122889#0 6122889#1
> 6122889#2 6122889#3 6122889#">
>         <route edges="MISSING_VALUE"/>
>     </vehicle>
>     <vehicle 
> depart,departLane,departSpeed,edges="451,pas2,4.77,free,max,-6095593
> 6089496#2 6089496#3 6100188#1 6100188#2 -6097263#1 -6097263#0 6143547#7
> 6143547#8 6126772#10 6126772#11 6126772#12 6116950#0 6116950#1 6116950#2
> 6116950#3 6126074#0 6109854#0 6109854#1 6128264#5">
>         <route edges="MISSING_VALUE"/>
>     </vehicle>
> </routes>
>
>
> Thanks and regards,
>
> Vrinda Khirwadkar
>
> University of Memphis
>
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Jakob Erdmann <namdre.s...@googlemail.com>
> *Sent:* Monday, February 12, 2018 6:33 AM
> *To:* Sumo project User discussions
> *Cc:* Vrinda Khirwadkar (vkhrwdkr)
> *Subject:* Re: [sumo-user] Reading large SUMO output files
>
> Hello,
> you can use the tool traceExporter.py to filter sumo fcd-output on the fly
> and put the output into one or more target files (for each target file a
> bounding box, and time range can be configured). It is also possible to
> change the sampling interval and the percentage of vehicles that shall be
> exported.
>
> Read here about connecting sumo and traceExporter directly via a socket so
> that no large file must be written:
> http://sumo.dlr.de/wiki/Tools/TraceExporter#Input_Options
>
> Read here about filtering: http://sumo.dlr.de/wiki/Tools/TraceExporter#fcd
> http://sumo.dlr.de/wiki/Tools/TraceExporter#Processing_Options
> Tools/TraceExporter - Sumo
> <http://sumo.dlr.de/wiki/Tools/TraceExporter#Processing_Options>
> sumo.dlr.de
> The filter file is a simple csv format giving
> begin;end;bounding_box;outfile where the bounding box is x1,y1,x2,y2
> defining the lower left and the upper right corner ...
>
>
>
> Unfortunately, there is currently no tool to perform the same type of
> processing for the netstate-dump.
> regards,
> Jakob
>
> 2018-02-06 5:24 GMT+01:00 Vrinda Khirwadkar (vkhrwdkr) <
> vkhrw...@memphis.edu>:
>
> Hello team,
>
>
> I ran a simulation for an area with below mentioned configurations. Total
> number of vehicles generated in trip.xml file were 145436 for 1 hour. 
> Simulation
> took approximately 3-4 hours to complete. Now due to size of the output
> file (fcd and netstate dump), I am not able to analyse it. Can you please
> suggest any tool or python script which I can use to break the output files
> based on given timestamp, say output file for every 10 or 15 minutes?
>
>
> Also, will it be a good idea to run simulation for longer duration, for
> e.g. 30 days with below network file or we should take smaller area. Please
> suggest.
>
>
> Input Configuration:
>
>
>    1. Net file: 61 MB ; total route length: 3132 km ; No. of edges: 29332
>    2. Trip File: 21 MB
>
>
> Output Configuration:
>
>
>    1. Fcd Output: 27 GB
>    2. netstate-dump: 15 GB
>    3. tripinfo-output: 11 MB
>
>
> Thank you again for your quick suggestions.
>
>
> Vrinda Khirwadkar
>
> University of Memphis
>
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