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Time is of the essence - how you can use it in gait analysis

Posted by G. Smit on Jul 5, 2012

In my last two blogs, I wrote about static gait parameters. Specifically, what a single footprint can tell you and what kind of information you can get from the distance relationships between prints. Now it’s time to talk about all four paws, and the time based relationships between them. If you ask me, we’ve been saving the best blog for last!

Temporal relations
Temporal relations are the parameters that have to do with time, such as timing and duration. This is where automation of gait research shows it true colors.

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Topics: mice, animal behavior research, rats, CatWalk XT, gait analysis, arthritis, spinal cord injury, foot prints, ataxia, temporal parameters

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