I have been writing a powershell script (windows scripting language) to input a chat log and it creates a structured CSV file of all the combat lines. You can then do whatever analysis you want to the data in excel or other tool that can import CSVs. @Chris It is noticeable that all buffs and debuffs are not in the log, it gives the words of power, but I think only for yourself and does not tell you who it was cast against (self or enemy) In doing this i have the made RegExs for each of the types of line (i think i have them all now, but then i don't necessary have examples of them all) I can send anyone the script if they want a copy, hit me up on discord, same name as here. But otherwise you can copy the below post and save it into a file call CreateCombatCSV.ps1 Once you have done that you need to run it giving a chatlog file as input parameter. For those that know more about powershell you can also use the -verbose and see the lines for debugging. The output is put into the output pipeline so you can pipe it into other scripts if you like, but if that makes no sense to you it does not matter. To run it you need start a powershell session in administrator mode. -search cmd and right click command prompt and select run as administrator Go to where you stored the script. run powershell in the command prompt - type powershell and press enter Check you have rights to run the script, if not set the execution policy so you can - type Get-ExecutionPolicy if it says anything other than unrestrict you need to set to unrestricted, if it say unrestricted you can skip the next step. You may want to remember the setting to put it back afterwards. set policy to unrestricted - type Set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted To get the chat log data into a CSV you invoke the script and give it the path and filename then pipe the output pipe into a file. Replace .\ChatLogTest.txt with the path and filename of the chatlog you want to process. Replace outputfilename.csv with whatever filename you want to call it. If no path is put it will be put the directory you are in in the powershell prompt. - type .\CreateCombatCSV.ps1 .\ChatLogTesting.txt | Out-File outputfilename.csv To put your execution policy back to what it was - type Set-ExecutionPolicy <old value probably Restricted> To exit type exit then type exit again, the first exit the powershell prompt the second exits the command prompt. If you find lines that my script misses, could you send me a copy of the chat line, either reply here, or send it in discord. This is still a work in progress. Note this ignores crafting lines on purpose, it would be better to create another script, as i think you would want different heading for your CSV for this.