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To give us some more detail run this code against your data and post the output summary (not the report.txt file)

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $t0 = time(); my $infile = 'products.txt'; my %data = (); my %total = (); my $records = 0; open IN,'<',$infile or die "Could not open $infile $!"; while (<IN>){ my ($date, $product, $price, $qu) = split /\s+/,$_; $data{$date}{$product}{'price'} = $price; $data{$date}{$product}{'qu'} = $qu; $total{$product}{'count'} += 1; $total{$product}{'price'}{'sum'} += $price; $total{$product}{'qu'}{'sum'} += $qu; ++$records; } close IN; # calculate stats my $outfile = 'report.txt'; open OUT,'>',$outfile or die "Could not open $outfile"; for my $prod (keys %total){ my $count = $total{$prod}{'count'}; # mean $total{$prod}{'price'}{'mean'} = $total{$prod}{'price'}{'sum'}/$coun +t; $total{$prod}{'qu'}{'mean'} = $total{$prod}{'qu'}{'sum'}/$count; # std dev squared my ($sum_x2,$sum_y2); for my $date (keys %data){ my $x = $data{$date}{$prod}{'price'} - $total{$prod}{'price'}{'mea +n'}; $sum_x2 += ($x*$x); my $y = $data{$date}{$prod}{'qu'} - $total{$prod}{'qu'}{'mean'}; $sum_y2 += ($y*$y); } $total{$prod}{'price'}{'stddev'} = sprintf "%.4f",sqrt($sum_x2/$coun +t); $total{$prod}{'qu'}{'stddev'} = sprintf "%.4f",sqrt($sum_y2/$coun +t); my $line = join "\t",$prod, $total{$prod}{'price'}{'mean'}, $total{$prod}{'price'}{'stddev'}, $total{$prod}{'qu'}{'mean'}, $total{$prod}{'qu'}{'stddev'}; print OUT $line."\n"; } close OUT; # summary my $dur = time - $t0; printf " Products : %d Dates : %d Records : %d Run Time : %d s",0+keys %total, 0+keys %data, $records, $dur;

Update - code to create a 75MB test file

open OUT,'>','products.txt' or die "$!"; my @d = (0,31,28,31,30,31,30,31,31,30,31,30,31); for my $p ('0001'..'2000'){ my $product = "product_$p"; for my $y (2015..2017){ $d[2] = ($y % 4) ? 28 : 29; for my $m (1..12){ for my $d (1..$d[$m]){ my $date = sprintf "%04d-%02d-%02d",$y,$m,$d; my $price = int rand(500); my $qu = int rand(90_000); print OUT "$date\t$product\t$price\t$qu\n"; } } } } close OUT;

On my i5 desktop it takes about 5 seconds to correlate the price of 1 product against the other 1999. I guess 2 million pairs would be less than 2 hours

poj

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