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“…The maximum-likelihood linear model is also shown and the goodness of fit is well evident (r ¼ 0:7, P < 0:001). The detrending normalization [24] leads to new values of the stabilometric parameter where the effect of SBF is removed, as well documented by Fig. 3B. …”
Section: Normalizationsupporting
confidence: 58%
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“…The maximum-likelihood linear model is also shown and the goodness of fit is well evident (r ¼ 0:7, P < 0:001). The detrending normalization [24] leads to new values of the stabilometric parameter where the effect of SBF is removed, as well documented by Fig. 3B. …”
Section: Normalizationsupporting
confidence: 58%
“…The solution that we adopt here, originally proposed by OÕMalley for temporal-distance parameters of gait [24], involves the removal of linear trends and has the advantage of retaining the original units. The estimated regression model is subtracted from the original values of the parameters and the mean value of original data is added, in order to keep the data in the same range.…”
Section: Normalization Proceduresmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Various methods for scaling (or normalising) children's gait parameters have been proposed, including statistical detrending (O'Malley, 1996) and division by body height (Beck et al, 1981). Hof (1996) has proposed a method that renders all parameters dimensionless.…”
Section: Maturation In Childrenmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Bonnet et al 2014c). The confounding influence of body weight and height was then removed by application of the normalization procedure recommended by O'Malley (1996) and briefly explained by Bonnet et al (2014c).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%