Documentation of the CGM2 project

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background

Deep in the history of the CGM and why it needs an Update

CGM #i

technical specifications

Code

Installation - code manual and documentation

Contributions

Code - article contributions

Extensions

code extensions

Resources

miscellaneous resources ( Gait analysis, programming...)

API

Documentation API

Mostly Asked Questions

How to cite pyCGM2 ?

If you use pyCGM2 for a gneral purpose, we would be grateful if you could cite it as follows:

Leboeuf, F.; Baker, R.; Barré, A.; Reay, J.; Jones, R.; Sangeux, M. (2019) The conventional gait model, an open-source implementation that reproduces the past but prepares for the future. In : Gait & posture, vol. 69, p. 235–241. DOI: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2019.04.015.

if you use the CGM2.1, please cite this paper:

Leboeuf, F.; Reay, J.; Jones, R.; Sangeux, M. (2019) The effect on conventional gait model kinematics and kinetics of hip joint centre equations in adult healthy gait. In : Journal of biomechanics, vol. 87, p. 167–171. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2019.02.010.

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We hope other people will want to use our CGM and would like to invite you to work with us.

  • -Help with validation
  • -Share data
  • -Share code
  • -Propose a case study

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