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The number of steps for representative real-world, unsupervised walking data using a shoe-worn inertial sensor

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posted on 2022-09-20, 19:34 authored by Jesse CharltonJesse Charlton, Calvin Kuo, Michael Hunt

Study estimated the number of real-world, unsupervised steps that need to be recorded before various gait-related outcomes show consistency (i.e., adding additional data would not change the outcome distribution). The data were collected over 1-week of walking by healthy adults and adults with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis using a shoe-embedded inertial sensor.


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University of British Columbia

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