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tqdm is a fast, extensible progress bar for Python and CLI that enables you to see the progress of your loops in a clear and smart way. Simply wrap any iterable with tqdm(iterable), and sit back and watch that progress meter go!
tqdm can be wrapped around any iterable, or executed as a module with pipes. Just by inserting tqdm (or python -m tqdm) between pipes will pass through all stdin to stdout while printing progress to stderr.
tqdm does not require any dependencies, has a very low overhead and uses smart algorithms to predict the remaining time and skip unnecessary iteration displays. It works on just about any platform, console or in a GUI, as well as IPython/Jupyter notebooks.
- Shows smart progress meter for Python and CLI
- Low overhead
- Smart algorithms predict time remaining and skips unnecessary iteration displays
- Works on any platform, console or in a GUI
- No necessary dependencies
- Can be iterable-based, used with manual control or executed as a module with pipes
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