Other windows in Windographer let you quality control your data by looking at time series graphs, or by writing mathematical rules, but sometimes you just want to flag on a scatter plot. The Flag By Scatter Plot window lets you do that, and gives you a lot of control over exactly which points appear in the graph. You can choose whether to see data points that have already been flagged, and whether you want to color code by flag status.
Today screenwriters generally combine plot with plot structure into what is called a , sometimes referred to as the three-act structure, in which a film is divided into three acts: the , the and the . Acts are connected by two plot points or turning points, with the first turning point connecting Act I to Act II, and the second connecting Act II to Act III. The conception of the three-act structure has been attributed to screenwriter who described plot structure in this tripartite way for film analysis.