Data for: Feature Selection in Gait Classification of Leg Length and Distal Mass

Published: 22 March 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/tdh7yc64x9.1
Millicent Schlafly, Kyle Reed, Yasin Yilmaz


These files give the asymmetry metrics between the right and left sides for 20 subjects with combinations of an asymmetric leg length and distal mass. The rows represent each of the 10 trials and the columns represent the 21 features in the order shown in Table 1. The last two columns identify whether the individual was wearing a distal mass or leg length during that trial with column 22 indicating distal mass and column 23 indicating leg length. For both distal mass and leg length "0" indicates no perturbation, "1" indicates a distal mass or leg length of a small size, and "2" indicates a distal mass or leg length of a large size. All leg length perturbations were performed to the left leg. Distal mass perturbations for subjects 1-10 were performed on the right side and distal mass perturbations for subjects 11-20 were performed on the left side.



Gait, Biomechanics of Gait