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December 1, 2015 at 11:00 pm

Hi Guys,

I'm trying to create graphs with powershell, but i hit a snap with the input data.

I have a table in the form of:


to make a graph i need the input to look as this:


the code i am trying to adapt is this

(import-csv $LogDir\graph.csv) | Select @{Name="Name";Expression={$}}, @{Name="Date";Expression={$}},@{Name="Aggregate";Expression={{$_.aggregate}{$_.totalsize}}},@{Name="TotalSize";Expression={$_.totalsize}},@{Name="AvailableSize";Expression={$_.Availablesize}},@{Name="UsedSize";Expression={$_.usedsize}}|write-host

I know this is not working because my aggregates column is empty


if i remove the {$_.Totalsize} i will get the aggregate name but that's not what i want
what do i need to do to get the output as:


I hope one of you guru's know the answer. if there would be another solution please feel free to add it..

December 1, 2015 at 11:30 pm

Something like this?

$InputData = import-csv $LogDir\graph.csv
$AggregateTotal = $InputData.aggregate | Measure-Object -Sum | Select-Object -ExpandProperty Sum
$InputData | Select-Object Name, Date, @{Name="Aggregate(TotalSize)";Expression={$AggregateTotal}}, Totalsize, Availablesize, Usedsize

December 2, 2015 at 1:52 am

Almost, but i've found a solution

(Import-Csv $LogDir\graph.csv) | Select @{Name="Name";Expression={$}}, @{Name="Date";Expression={$}}, @{Name="Aggregate";Expression={"$($_.aggregate)($($_.totalsize)TB)"}}, @{Name="TotalSize";Expression={$_.totalsize}},@{Name="AvailableSize";Expression={$_.Availablesize}},@{Name="UsedSize";Expression={$_.usedsize}} |export-csv $LogDir\graph2.csv

This is what i did: