Showing a client before and after images in 2D is good, but 3D is much more powerful. The number one thing compelling them to come in is the ability to see their personal results in 3D. Seeing themselves is what closes the deal.
A number of factors contribute to the actual scores generated by the VISIA complexion analysis algorithms, including the condition of the skin (cleaned vs. fresh make-up, old make-up, time-of-day), head registration within the booth, facial expression (particularly for wrinkles), stray hair, glare areas resulting from oily skin, etc. Note that the percentile scores were generated for subjects with cleaned skin prior to their imaging session, so results may vary if make-up is NOT removed prior to a patient's VISIA session.
Feature Counts : Feature Counts provide a count of the number of discrete instances of the feature being evaluated, without regard to the size or intensity of each instance. Feature Counts can be used to track treatment progress when a reduction in the number of discrete instances of a particular feature is desired.
There are several potential reasons why the porphyrin count for a particular patient may not be reduced-or worse case, increase, after cleansing his/her skin. First, certain types of paper/tissue that might have been used to dry the face after cleansing could have a high content of lint particles. Lint will actually fluoresce under UV light. Subject matter expert Greg Hillebrand, Ph.D., offers the further explanation that "in some situations, the true porphyrin fluorescence of an initial image could be quenched by something that the subject had on his/her unclean face, and then after removal of this interfering quenching agent, a higher level of fluorescence could be observed. Finally, the simple cleansing of the skin with a normal everyday facial cleanser is probably not going to change the true number of pores that show porphyrin fluorescence. It has been reported that washing with a cleanser containing benzoyl peroxide will, over time, reduce the number of pores. Also, using strips or other devices to physically remove the contents of the pores will help to reduce the fluorescence as well."
EC2 System Monitoring for macOS provides CPU utilization metrics to Amazon CloudWatch. It sends these metrics to CloudWatch over a custom serial device in 1-minute periods. You can enable or disable this agent as follows. It is enabled by default.
A serial MFEM application typically requires minimal changes to transition to a scalable parallel version of the code, where it can take advantage of the integrated scalable linear solvers from the hypre library. Both of these versions can be further transitioned to high-performing templated variants, where operator assembly/evaluation is fully inlined for particular runtime parameters. As of version 4.0, GPU acceleration of several examples and many linear algebra and finite element operations is available.
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When there is no map, using the scroll-wheel has no effect. If thereis exactly one map displayed, the scroll-wheelwill change the contour level of that map. If there are two or moremaps, the map for which the contour level is changed can be set using either HID -> Scrollwheel -> Attach scroll-wheel to which map? and selecting a map number or clicking the "Scroll" radio button for the map in the Display Manager.
Coot is based on the concept of molecules. Maps and coordinates aredifferent representations of molecules. The access to the molecule isvia the molecule number. It is often important therefore toknow the molecule number of a particular molecule.
The background colour can be set either using a GUI dialog(Edit$ -> Background Colour) or the function(set-background-colour 0.00 0.00 0.00), where the argumentsare 3 numbers between 0.0 and 1.0, which respectively represent thered, green and blue components of the background colour. The defaultis (0.0, 0.0, 0.0) (black).
The atom colouring system in coot is unsophisticated. Typically, atoms are coloured byelement: carbons are yellow, oxygens red, nitrogens blue, hydrogenswhite and everything else green (see Section Display Managerfor colour by chain). However, it is useful to be able to distinguishdifferent molecules by colour, so by default coot rotates the colourmap of the atoms (i.e. changes the H value in theHSV 39 colour system). Theamount of the rotation depends on the molecule number and auser-settable parameter:
returns a rotation+translation operator which can be applied to othermolecules (and maps). Here, imol-ligand is the moleculenumber of the ligand (which is presumed to be a a molecule on its own -Coot simply takes the first residue that it finds). imol-refchain-id-ref resno-ref collectively describe the target position forthe moving imol-ligand molecule.
to change the weight of the map gradients to geometric gradients. Thehigher the number the more weight that is given to the map terms55. Thedefault is 60.0. This will be needed for maps generated from data noton (or close to) the absolute scale or maps that have been scaled (forexample so that the sigma level has been scaled to 1.0).
When refining a group of carbohydrates, the situation needs a bit moreexplanation. For each residue pair with tandem residue numbers specifiedin the refinement range selection, Coot checks if these residue typesare are furanose or pyranose in the dictionary, and if the are both oneor the other, then it tries to see if there are any of the 11 link types(BETA1-4, BETA2-3, ALPHA1-2 and so on) specified in the dictionary. Itdoes this by a distance check of the potentially bonding atoms. If thedistance is less than 3.0Å, then a glycosidic bond is made and usedin the refinement.
The fragment is defined as a contiguous set of residues numbers. Sothat you should be sure that other partial fragments which have the samechain id and that are not connected to this fragment have residuenumbers that are not contiguous with the fragment you are trying toreverse.
Note that the number of residues in the sequence chain and those inthe chain of the protein must match exactly (i.e. the whole of the chain is mutated (except residues that have a matching residue type).)
This will fix atoms nomenclature problems in molecule numberimol according to the same criteria as WATCHECK93e.g. Chi-2 for Phe, Tyr, Asp, and Glu should be between -90 and90 degrees. Note that Val and Leu nomenclature errors are also corrected.
If invert-mask? is 0, this will create a new map that hasdensity only where there are no (close) coordinates. Ifinvert-mask? is 1 then the map density values will be setto zero everywhere except close to the atoms of molecule numberimol-model.
Lesser peaks within a certain distance (by default, 2.0Å) of alarge peak are not shown. This cuts down on the number of times oneis navigated to a particular region because of ripple or other noisepeaks around a central peak.
make an average map from the map_number_and_scales (which is a list of pairs (list map-number scale-factor)) (the scale factors are typically 1.0 of course). The output map is in the same grid as the first (valid) map. Return -1 on failure to make an averaged map, otherwise return the new map molecule number.
make an average map from the map_number_and_scales (which is a list of pairs map_number, scale_factor. The output map is in the same grid as the first (valid) map. Return -1 on failure to make an averaged map, otherwise return the new map molecule number.
Before uninstalling ZBrush or reinstalling your operating system you should deactivate the application. If you do not do so, it will continue to count against your serial number, potentially preventing activation later.
It has been designed to meet several expectations of clinical information systems and their future evolution regarding medical imaging: providing web-based access to radiological images, as well as covering a considerable number of DICOM types and offering multimedia capabilities. 2b1af7f3a8