The data contains measurements on patients with Parkinson's disease and healthy participants walking outdoors, as well as on a treadmill. Stride time and stride length information has been recorded using an inertial measurement unit system. The data allows comparison of linear and non-linear gait variability outcomes from overground walking and treadmill walking for validation purposes.
Gait variability, Parkinson's disease, Treadmill, Inertial-measurement unit, Non-linear analysis
Nervous System Diseases | Other Rehabilitation and Therapy | Physical Therapy | Recreational Therapy
Ignasiak NK, Rohafza M, Soangra R, Smith JA. Supplementary material to the manuscript titled: Self-paced treadmills do not allow for valid observation of linear and non-linear gait variability outcomes in patients with Parkinson’s disease [data set]. 2020. https://doi.org/10.36837/chapman.000126
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