The Canopy project is an initiative to merge and expand the functionality of Perl-speaks-NONMEM , Census, Xpose and PopED. The goal is to produce a coherent, inclusive and convenient platform for pharmacometric data analysis.
An ornamental projection, over a door, window, niche, etc.
Also, a rooflike covering, supported on pillars over an altar, a statue, a fountain, etc.
A shallow projecting roof, bracketed or cantilevered, ornamenting a doorway, win dow, niche, or throne.
A compound speleothem consisting of a flowstone cover on a bedrock projection and the bottom has stalactites on the outer edge.
An overhang, usually over entrances or driveways.
A canopy is a projection that provides weather protection, identity or decoration and is supported by the building to which it is attached and at the outer end by not less than one upright support. A canopy is comprised of a rigid structure over which a rigid covering is attached.
the inner wall in a tent employing double-wall construction. The canopy is breathable; the outer wall, or fly, is waterproof.
A projecting beam that is supported and restrained at one end only.
A fabric window topper created by sewing pockets into fabric panels and inserting a rod with a small projection at the top of the panel, a rod with a larger projection at the bottom
A horizontal, sloped, or arched surface that projects from a wall-usually over a door or a win-dow-to provide shelter from the weather.
A roof like structure usually supported on pillars or projecting from a wall, and serving rather a decorative than a protective purpose.
A projection over windows and doors to protect them from the weather.
a cloth, wood or metal covering over a building entrance designed to protect people from weather
an architectural projection that
an overhead roof or else structure this supplies shade or else other shelter
an overhead roof or structure that provides shade or othershelter
A decorated rooflike projection or a richly decorated baldachin over a statue (fig.3, F).
A portable canvas shelter used to cover the grave area during a burial. Also called a tent.
An overhanging roof.
an ornamental projection over windows, doorways, niches, etc.
A sheltering roof, as over a niche or doorway.
A removable fabric or plastic covering over a public walkway or sidewalk. Context: The characteristics of the buildings, streetscape, and landscape that supports or surrounds a given building, site, or area such as predominance of period architecture or materials, wide sidewalks, or continuous and overhead weather protection, or consistent street trees.
An ornamental roof-like covering supported by posts or suspended from a wall. (A roof, not covering a building, but extending over an exterior area such as loading area, building entrance, or windows to protect against sun or rain.)
One of the Eight Buddhist symbols of good fortune, the canopy is the symbol of a monarch, and represents spiritual authority and shelter for all living beings.
An overhanging shade or shelter above an artwork or statue, sometimes situated upon pillars.
A projection roof system that is supported and restrained at one end only.
projection or hood over a door, window, niche, etc.
is a roof-like structure projecting more than 300 millimeters or 11 3/4 inches form the exterior face of the building.
A projecting roof structure that is supported at one end only.
A roof like structure projecting from the outside wall over the driveway allowing passengers to board and alight from vehicles without being directly exposed to the elements sometimes construed as a portable canvas shelter used to cover the grave area during committal service.
A sheltering roof structure normally open on one or more sides.
(1) Any overhanging or projecting roof structure, typically over entrances or doors. Sometimes the extreme end is unsupported; (2) A fixed rooflike structure projecting from a building that is supported by cantilevering or support rods.
A projected valance over a roller shade or headboard.
Any overhanging or projecting structure with extreme end usually unsupported.
A protective roof. See porch.
Cantilever: Auburn Bank... i think its on the corner of Gay and Magnoila Foy (the wall at the pond thing)
A type of flowstone that protrudes from a cave wall or speleothem and has a relatively flat surface underneath. Baldacchino Canopy: An overhanging belly of calcite, formed where the surface of a cave pool has receded beneath a growing stalagmite or flowstone mound. Bell Canopy: A mushroom-shaped speleothem, formed due to variations in the flowing water that forms the flowstone. Clastic Canopy: Speleothem forming when flowstone flows over material such as rock or clay, that is washed away later.
An overhanging shelter; a marquee.
usually refers to a 10x10 collapsible canopy/tent. In the collapse form, they are less than 1 foot x 1 foot x 6 feet. A single person can carry it and re-expand it.
The canopy is the habitat found at the uppermost level of a forest, especially rainforest. Canopy trees refers to the tallest layer of trees in a forest, which are distinguished from secondary trees which occupy a lower ecological niche. Only emergents - of which there are typically just one or two per hecatre - reach above the canopy.
A canopy is an overhead roof or structure that provides shade or shelter. A canopy can also be a tent, generally without a floor.