A macro that is a combination of a sequence of commands and the ability to map physical parameters in real-time. It is a powerful feature that allows you to map hundreds of parameters and to speed up your design process.
– Bring your data in the past, present or future, be it annual, monthly, weekly, daily, quarterly or even hourly.
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– Save and re-open your graph in the past, present or future.
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– Add a color gradient to your graph.
– Get a wide variety of graphs from a single graph in a single click.
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– Display your data in an XML format or in a dataset format.
– Export your data to CSV.
– Replace your curves in the timeline graph with your own curve to visualize how your data changes over time.
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Meryl Streep has proven to be a formidable opponent over the course of her career. A master at taking on great roles, she has managed to consistently defy expectations, at times even exceeding them. This is not one of those instances. In fact, it’s a film that, as a hard-core fan of Streep’s work, I almost couldn’t see coming. My only hope was that she was getting smarter as she got older and figured out that it was in her best interest to play younger people. After seeing her latest role, I’m not so sure.
Meryl Streep stars as Diana Christensen, a socialite whose husband (Billy Crudup) is in the midst of a nervous breakdown. He has taken to obsessing over their daughter, daughter-in-law, and son, all of whom he has met and seemingly had a good relationship with. His daughter (Shailene Woodley) and son (Sam Rockwell) are in San Francisco and he has invited his friend Mattie (Christina Hendricks) to come live with him in New York, since the marriage is on the brink of collapse. Diana has other ideas.
Like many of Streep’s best roles, this one is based on a true story. It’s the 2001 story of Chris Wolf, a neurosurgeon who refused to operate on a young girl named Jesse Macbeth, who suffered from a rare form of epilepsy. He instead recommended that she undergo deep brain stimulation, which the distraught family accepted. The film’s premise is that Diana and Mattie are each other’s reflections, meeting on the street in New York City. While Mattie is busy fighting her own personal demons, Diana has taken it upon herself to save her friend from the quicksand of pain and suffering that is her life.
The film feels like it gets lost in its “heavy” moments. There are a lot of them, with the audience witnessing each in turn. We see her husband get arrested for stalking, the realization of her friend’s death, and her own descent into madness.
Streep is phenomenal in her role. It’s easy to identify with her character and believe her feelings. Her acting chops allow her to embody a character, especially when she goes into breakdown mode. But the film struggles to keep it going with a bit of a chewy, overstuffed feel. It’s not that there isn’t