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Identify common command line commands w/ .bash_history

I'd like to optimize my workflow by creating aliases for common commands. I'm looking for a way to somehow parse my .bash_history file and sort my commands by frequency. Any suggestions?

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Zumpoof
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ozoCommented:
sort ~/.bash_history | uniq -c | sort -n
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