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Conclusions: In this large-scale study based on a wide spectrum of morphologic and functional features, baseline BCVA correlated modestly with baseline SD-OCT, whereas functional outcomes were determined by BCVA levels during the initiation phase with a minor influence of fluid-related features. This finding suggests a re-evaluation of current diagnostic imaging features and a search for novel imaging approaches, where machine learning is a promising approach.




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By default, analysis output goes to the console or the Visual Studio Output window like other error messages. Code analysis also creates a log file named filename.nativecodeanalysis.xml, where filename is the name of the analyzed source file.


/analyze:onlyBy default, the compiler compiles the code to generate object files before code analysis runs. The /analyze:only option makes the compiler skip the code generation pass, and does code analysis directly. Compiler errors still prevent code analysis from running. However, the compiler won't report other warnings that it might find during the code generation pass. If the program isn't free of code-generation warnings, analysis results might be unreliable. We recommend you use this option only if the code passes code-generation syntax checks without errors or warnings.


/analyze:max_paths numberThe number parameter specifies the maximum number of code paths to analyze. Analysis defaults to 256 paths. Larger values cause more thorough checking, but the analysis might take longer.


Space between /analyze:plugin and the plugin_dll file path is optional if the path doesn't require double-quotes ("). For example, you can write /analyze:plugin EspxEngine.dll. However, if the path is enclosed in double-quotes, you can't have a space between /analyze:plugin and the file path. Here's an example: /analyze:plugin"c:\path\to\EspxEngine.dll".


The code analysis engine uses plug-ins to help find specific categories of defects. The code analysis engine comes with some built-in plug-ins that detect various defects. To use another plug-in with the code analysis engine, specify it by using the /analyze:plugin option.


/analyze:external-Skips analysis of external header files. By default, code analysis analyzes external header files just like other files. When the /analyze:external- option is set, code analysis skips any files specified as external, except templates from external files. Templates defined in external headers are treated as non-external by using the /external:templates- option. The /external:Wn option doesn't affect code analysis. For example, code analysis analyzes external files and reports defects even when /external:W0 is specified.


/analyze:external:ruleset ruleset_filesThe ruleset_files parameter specifies one or more semicolon-delimited ruleset files to use for analysis of external files. For information on rulesets, refer to "Options for rulesets" section.


There's an environment variable (CAExcludePath) that provides similar but simpler capability to skip analysis of files under the directories specified in the environment variable. If a directory is specified in both /external:* option and in the CAExcludePath environment variable, it's considered as excluded, and /analyze:external* options won't apply to that directory.


/analyze:autolog[-]This flag used to be required to enable creation of analysis log file for each of the source files being analyzed. Log files are now created by default, so this flag is mostly redundant.When used, it changes the default log extension to *.pftlog instead of .xml. Use /analyze:autolog- to disable logging to files.


/analyze:autolog:ext extensionOverrides the default extension of the analysis log files, and uses extension instead. If you use the .sarif extension, the log file uses the SARIF format instead of the default XML format.


/analyze:log log_pathSpecifies a log file path log_path instead of the automatically generated log file path. When the log_path path has a trailing backslash and refers to an existing directory, code analysis creates all log files in the specified directory. Otherwise, log_path specifies a file path. A file path instructs the compiler to combine logs for all analyzed source files into the specified log file. If the file path has a .sarif extension, the log file uses the SARIF format instead of the default XML format. You can override this behavior by using the /analyze:log:format:* option.


/analyze:sarif:analyzedfiles[-]Adds file artifacts entries to the SARIF log file for analyzed files that don't issue warnings. This option is disabled by default. Artifacts for the source file and for files that emitted results are always included.


/analyze:log:compilerwarningsAdds both any defects the analysis engine finds, and all compiler warnings, to the analysis log file. By default, compiler warnings aren't included in the analysis log file. For more information on compiler warnings during code analysis, see the /analyze:only option.


/analyze:log:includesuppressedAdds both suppressed warnings and unsuppressed warnings to the analysis log file. By default, suppressed warnings aren't included in the analysis log file. If ruleset files are specified for analysis, the warnings disabled by the ruleset files aren't included in the log even when /analyze:log:includesuppressed is specified.


/analyze:projectdirectory project_directorySpecifies the current project directory. If the ruleset (or an item it includes) is a file name, the compiler first looks for the file under the specified project_directory. If not found, it next searches the ruleset_directories specified by /analyze:rulesetdirectory, if any. If the ruleset (or an item it includes) is a relative path, the compiler first looks for the file under the project directory. If the ruleset isn't found, then it looks in the current working directory. This option is available starting in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9.


/analyze:rulesetdirectory ruleset_directoriesSpecifies a semicolon-separated list of ruleset search paths. If the ruleset (or an item it includes) is a file name, then the compiler first looks for the file under the project_directory specified by /analyze:projectdirectory, if any, followed by the specified ruleset_directories. This option is available starting in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9.


/analyze:ruleset ruleset_filesSpecifies one or more ruleset files to use for analysis. This option can make analysis more efficient; the analysis engine tries to exclude checkers that have no active rules specified in the ruleset files before running. Otherwise, the engine runs all checkers enabled.


/analyze:ruleset ruleset_fileSpecifies a ruleset file to use for analysis. This option can make analysis more efficient; the analysis engine tries to exclude checkers that have no active rules specified in the ruleset file before running. Otherwise, the engine runs all checkers enabled.


You can place this file anywhere as long as you specify the full path in the argument, or under the directories specified in the /analyze:projectdirectory or /analyze:rulesetdirectory options.


Content analysis is a research tool used to determine the presence of certain words, themes, or concepts within some given qualitative data (i.e. text). Using content analysis, researchers can quantify and analyze the presence, meanings, and relationships of such certain words, themes, or concepts. As an example, researchers can evaluate language used within a news article to search for bias or partiality. Researchers can then make inferences about the messages within the texts, the writer(s), the audience, and even the culture and time of surrounding the text.


Affect extraction: an emotional evaluation of concepts explicit in a text. A challenge to this method is that emotions can vary across time, populations, and space. However, it could be effective at capturing the emotional and psychological state of the speaker or writer of the text.


1. Determine the type of analysis: Once the sample has been selected, the researcher needs to determine what types of relationships to examine and the level of analysis: word, word sense, phrase, sentence, themes.2. Reduce the text to categories and code for words or patterns. A researcher can code for existence of meanings or words.3. Explore the relationship between concepts: once the words are coded, the text can be analyzed for the following:


Closeness of categories: this can be achieved by utilizing multiple classifiers to arrive at an agreed upon definition of each specific category. Using multiple classifiers, a concept category that may be an explicit variable can be broadened to include synonyms or implicit variables.


Originally, the scene in which the couple is discussing their problems in bed with Dr. Sobel (Billy Crystal) was supposed to include only the woman and Dr. Sobel, but Crystal thought it would be funnier if the two of them were present. The man playing the husband is the head of the sound department for this movie, Les Lazarowitz, who, being a heavyset guy, made the scene even more comical. He deferred the sound mixing duties to his assistant, while this scene was being filmed. Coincidentally, Lazarowitz was the boom operator (uncredited) in the fruit stand scene of The Godfather (1972), which is parodied in this movie.


The scene toward the end in which all the Mafia bosses meet was filmed twice. The first filming occurred in Queens, New York. After watching the scene, Robert De Niro offered some suggestions, including that Dr. Sobel (Billy Crystal) "really belt" Jelly (Joe Viterelli). So the scene was filmed again, this time in Miami, Florida. In the final cut, the two scenes were merged. The shots of the scene in which a room full of people can be seen were taken in Queens, whereas the shots in which Dr. Sobel is talking to Primo Sidone (Chazz Palminteri) and slapping Jelly were shot in Miami. There are only two or three people in the room for the scene that was shot in Miami. 041b061a72


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