Gait3D

Dear AnySupporters:

I have got my Gait3D model working and just compare the output with
published data. I have here a simple question. In most published
articles, the researchers compare gluteus mdedius/minimus posterio and
anterio. While in Gait3D, we have gluteus medius/minimus1,2,3, which,
I guess, represent from anterio to posterior. However, I have
difficulty to confirm whether “1” and “3” represent “anterior” and
“posterior”, respectively, or just opposite.

John Wu

Dear John

You can always give the muscles a descriptive color if you are unsure
which one you are looking at. This can be done simply by replacing the
typical include file in the “mus.any”
named "#include “…/drawSettings/MusDrawSettings.any” with for example
RGB={0,0,1};

By doing this i found that that the
GluteusMedius1 is the anterior part, GluteusMedidus2 the middle one and
so on.

Best regards
Søren, AnyBody support

— In anyscript@yahoogroups.com, “johnzengwu” <jwu@…> wrote:
>
> Dear AnySupporters:
>
> I have got my Gait3D model working and just compare the output with
> published data. I have here a simple question. In most published
> articles, the researchers compare gluteus mdedius/minimus posterio and
> anterio. While in Gait3D, we have gluteus medius/minimus1,2,3, which,
> I guess, represent from anterio to posterior. However, I have
> difficulty to confirm whether “1” and “3” represent “anterior” and
> “posterior”, respectively, or just opposite.
>
> John Wu
>