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Basics of Biomechanics #6: Time Normalisation of Signals

Welcome back to Basics of Biomechanics, a series of blog posts covering foundational topics in the field using practical, data-driven examples. This post gives an introduction to batch analysis of signals using a technique called time normalisation. Biomechanical testing often involve protocols with repeated movement activities. For example, in a test involving running or walking,Continue reading “Basics of Biomechanics #6: Time Normalisation of Signals”

Basics of Biomechanics #5: Extracting Outcomes

Welcome back to Basics of Biomechanics, a series of blog posts covering foundational topics in the field using practical, data-driven examples. In this post we cover one of the fundamental approaches to analyzing biomechanical measurement data: extracting discrete outcomes.  In order to capture human movement in adequate detail, biomechanical equipment generates thousands, if not tensContinue reading “Basics of Biomechanics #5: Extracting Outcomes”

Basics of Biomechanics #3: Calculating Signals

Welcome back to Basics of Biomechanics, a series of blog posts covering foundational topics in the field using practical, data-driven examples. In this post we will look at some details about calculating biomechanical signals from our measurement data.  As we saw in the previous blog post, some biomechanical analysis can be performed directly with measuredContinue reading “Basics of Biomechanics #3: Calculating Signals”

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