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 ^ .gle | text/x-gle | single trial | EMG data | X | ^ .gle | text/x-gle | single trial | EMG data | X |
 ^ .glen | | single trial | Time normalized .gle-files| X |  ^ .glen | | single trial | Time normalized .gle-files| X | 
-^.gla | text/x-gla | ean * lower/upper body kinematics (PiG)  | X | +^.gla | text/x-gla | meanLower/upper body kinematics (PiG) average files | X | 
-^ .pkl | | | Meta Data   | X |+^ .pkl | | | Meta Data  | X |
 ^ .glx | text/x-glm | single trial | Data of single gait trials, without time-normalisation,​ experimental set of variables and parameters, typically an extention set of the data written in glm-files. | | ^ .glx | text/x-glm | single trial | Data of single gait trials, without time-normalisation,​ experimental set of variables and parameters, typically an extention set of the data written in glm-files. | |
-^ .glxn | | single trial  | time normalized .glx | | +^ .glxn | | single trial | time normalized .glx | | 
-^ .gxa or .gxa | text/x-gax | mean   ​|*         | experimentel ​ +^ .gxa or .gxa | text/x-gax | mean  |*         | experimentel ​
 ^ .gaf | text/x-gaf | mean   | Foot Kinematics | X | ^ .gaf | text/x-gaf | mean   | Foot Kinematics | X |
-^ .glf | | single trial  | Foot Kinematics | X | +^ .glf | | single trial | Foot Kinematics | X | 
-^ .glfn  | | mean  session ​mean; normalized to 101 frames time normalized .glf  | X | +^ .glfn  | | mean | Session ​mean; normalized to 101 frames time normalized .glf | X | 
-^ .gnm | text/x-gnm |   ​| | |+^ .gnm | text/x-gnm | | | |
  
 If a single trial is splittet into strides and timenormalized for each stride a seperate file is created. These files are numbered as the following examples shows: If a single trial is splittet into strides and timenormalized for each stride a seperate file is created. These files are numbered as the following examples shows:
fileformats/hdascii.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2017/12/22 15:08 von oliver