Data for: How normal is normal: consequences of stride to stride variability, treadmill walking and age when using normative paediatric gait data.
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This workbook contains supplementary material for the article: How normal is normal: Consequences of stride to stride variability, treadmill walking and age when using normative pediatric gait data. There are 6 worksheets in addition to this one: Population Demographics, Spatiotemporal, Joint Rotations, Joint Moments, Joint Powers and CROP as plotted in figures of article. Each of the worksheets contains data from the treadmill and overground walking conditions. Row: Variable name with positive/negative sense indicated where appropriate. Example Pelvic Up/Down Obliquity means that Up is positive, Down is negative. Row presented as 0-100% gait cycle MEAN, followed by 1SD per % gait cycle (colums CZ onward) . Consecutive blue shading defines Treadmill data.