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Posted by: ShermanNob
« on: August 01, 2019, 01:17:38 pm »


is it possible to automatically assign  sign for  significant pvalues  to respective coefficients value output.
like three  to coefficient output value for pvalue  <=0.01 and two  to coefficient output value for pvalue <=0.05 and one  to coefficient output value for pvalue <=0.1 to respective value of coefficients output? any code? any use of tstatistics?

Posted by: misterx
« on: May 18, 2017, 03:04:54 pm »

Yep, CSV is one way to do it. Know that it's not technically a real CSV because you have the AP at the top and clients at the bottom.

You can also use the netxml which also contain the manufacturer information for each MAC.
Posted by: fattybumbum
« on: May 16, 2017, 10:05:48 am »

Hi all. I am new to the Aircrack Suite but I love its functionality. I want to go further with this and process the output from Airodump using Python. So, for example, for BSSIDs that are identified, I'd like to run a verification process to see if they are known or contain specific strings for example. My plan is for Airodump to be running on a dedicated static system 24/7.

I am seeking advice really on the best way people think I should approach this? I was thinking of using the csv output functionality within Airodump and then using some tool to process the content of the csv file.

Can anybody suggest any better methods to achieve what I am looking to achieve?