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evidently - Interactive reports to analyze machine learning models during validation or production monitoring

  •    Jupyter

Interactive reports and JSON profiles to analyze, monitor and debug machine learning models. Evidently helps evaluate machine learning models during validation and monitor them in production. The tool generates interactive visual reports and JSON profiles from pandas DataFrame or csv files. You can use visual reports for ad hoc analysis, debugging and team sharing, and JSON profiles to integrate Evidently in prediction pipelines or with other visualization tools.

cucumber-reporting - HTML reports for Cucumber

  •    Java

Provides pretty html reports for Cucumber. It works by generating html from the cucumber json file.

xcov - Nice code coverage reporting without hassle

  •    Ruby

xcov is a friendly visualizer for Xcode's code coverage files. You can easily ignore the coverage for a specified set of files by adding their filenames to the ignore file specified with the --ignore_file_path parameter (this file is .xcovignore by default). You can also specify a wildcard expression for matching a group of files.

xcov - Nice code coverage reporting without hassle

  •    Ruby

xcov is a friendly visualizer for Xcode's code coverage files. You can easily ignore the coverage for a specified set of files by adding their filenames to the ignore file specified with the --ignore_file_path parameter (this file is .xcovignore by default). You can also specify a wildcard expression for matching a group of files.




otseca - Open source security auditing tool to search and dump system configuration

  •    Shell

The main assumption of creating this tool was easier and faster delivery of commands sets to be performed on customer environments. As a result of such a scan I wanted to get the most useful information about system components that will be subjected to penetration tests and audits at a later time. Otseca facilitates collection of many important information about a given system.

AnyChart-NodeJS - AnyChart NodeJS module provides an easy way to generate SVG, JPG and PNG images of the charts on the server side

  •    Javascript

AnyChart NodeJS module provides an easy way to generate SVG, JPG and PNG images of the charts on the server side. Consider it for reporting systems that send charts by email or social networks sharing applications.AnyChart NodeJS module requires ImageMagick and librsvg to create images.

summarytools - R Package for quickly and neatly summarizing vectors and dataframes

  •    R

An emphasis has been put on both what and how results are presented, so that the package can serve both as a data exploration and reporting tool, which can be used either on its own for minimal reports, or along with larger sets of tools such as RStudio’s for rmarkdown, and knitr. For enthusiastic users willig to contribute to summarytools’ development, I encourage you to go for the development version, which is the most up-to-date, but also a work-in-progress. Bugs may show up, but if you report them I can generally fix them quickly.


html-reporter - Html reporter for gemini

  •    Javascript

Plugin for gemini and hermione which is intended to aggregate the results of tests running into html report. You can read more about gemini plugins here and about hermione plugins here.

k6-reporter - Output K6 test run results as formatted & easy to read HTML reports

  •    EJS

This a complete rewrite/overhaul of the existing report converter, now written in JavaScript to be integrated into the test. This is a more elegant method than the offline conversation process. The previous code has been moved to the 'archive' folder. Any HTTP metrics which have failed thresholds will be highlighted in red. Any group checks with more than 0 failures will also be shown in red.