In my line of work we handle measuring files from different tests performed on mobile applications. We use HMGWin 3000 that produces binary .herf files, there is a software to read and analyze the data but it is limited in its uses as the X-axis is always time regardless of your need. Handling 30+ files to produce test-reports becomes a cumbersome and tedious task. The program can export .csv-files thankfully.

I need to pre-screen the testresults in order to know which files or measuring data that are meaningful to analyze further. But every test still needs a test report regardless if it was a success of failure.

Are there any programs that allow me to load .csv files and quickly export .png or .jpeg files? I know Excel allows .csv to be read and exported, but it still needs quite a few clicks to produce a viable graph.

I need something that produces an output quick, if it isn't dirty as well that's a huge plus.

We use windows on the company computers, and I am looking for either open-source or commercial options. As long as the cost is not excessive I can swing it by the economy department.

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    Welcome Charlie. What OS? Are you looking for recommendations for gratis or commercial software? – RockPaperLz- Mask it or Casket Aug 30 '16 at 6:35
  • I recently obtained a license for Log Parser Lizard GUI. Commercial, though. Can read CSV and according their website (not tried myself yet) "You can use command line to automate the process". Drop me a comment and I'll elaborate in an answer if this tool might be something for you. – Thomas Weller Aug 30 '16 at 7:41

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