Fig 2: GRF VS Marker accel and work
Sheet 1: Marker vs GRF accel
Sheet 2: Marker vs GRF work
Fig 3: Box and whisker velocity plots
Each sheet represents a velocity range (range denoted in tab name). Each column is: WLK, S1, S2, RUN. Each cell has different numbers of cells because of the variability in our testing criteria.Ê
Fig 4: Joint Power
Each sheet represents a joint. Each column represents a velocity
Fig 5: Limb work vs accel
Raw limb work vs accel scatter data. Each sheet represents a variable. Each column represents a plane. There is an extra sheet for the walking data
Fig 6 and 7: Joint work vs accel
Same set up as Fig 5.Ê
Fig 9: Delta walking data
Each sheet represents a power term (Pos, Neg, Net). Each column is the raw data for walking/transition acceleration/deceleration. Different numbers of cells due to the distribution of data that fell within that acceleration range.Ê