Data for: Novel Passive Ankle-Foot Prosthesis Mimics Able-Bodied Ankle Angles and Ground Reaction Forces

Published: 25 January 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ngvcn3fd4b.1
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Millicent Schlafly

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Ankle angle and ground reaction force data for 10 subjects collected using the Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment. Up to 15 typical steps were chosen within 100ms and scaled. "_Mean" indicates the mean step value, "_dev" indicated the standard deviation between the typical steps, and "_num" indicated the number of steps chosen. Tabs are labeled according to subject order and the rows are in the order SACH Foot No Mass, SACH Foot With Mass, Renegade No Mass, Renegade With Mass, CAPA-small-radius-compliant, CAPA-foot-small-radius-stiff, CAPA-foot-large-radius-compliant, and CAPA-foot-large-radius-stiff. The individual subject information is given by the pdf. During analysis, the ankle ankle subject 1 SACH foot with weight and CAPA-foot-large-radius-stiff; subject 4 CAPA-foot-compliant; subject 5 CAPA-foot-large-radius; subject 7 CAPA-foot-stiff and CAPA-foot-large-radius-compliant heel angles were removed because of difficulties post-processing the data. The force subject 1 SACH foot with weight and CAPA-foot-large-radius-stiff; subject 5 CAPA-foot-large-radius; and subject 7 CAPA-foot-small-radius-stiff were removed from the residual limb graphs and subject 7 CAPA-foot-stiff trials were removed from the intact limb graphs because of difficulties post-processing the data.

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