Yardstick static analysis report sorted by which JavaScript files have the highest ratio of comments to code.

find . -name *js -type f | xargs yardstick | sort -k6 -n
The number on the far right is ratio of comments to code, expressed as a percentage. For the rest of the Yardstick documentation see https://github.com/calmh/yardstick/blob/master/README.md#reported-metrics
Sample Output
map.js                                   4   0   13   4     31
  anon@0                                 1   0    3   1     33
conf.js                                  0   0    3   1     33
not_found.js                             1   0    3   1     33
circle_droppable.js                      7   0   38  17     45
  anon@50                                1   0    4   3     75
circle_default.js                        0   0    3   4    133
routes.js                                0   0    3   9    300

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