Making attractive gait graphs in Polygon

Not a proper post this one and only of interest to Vicon users but, prompted by one of the students on our Masters Programme in Clinical Gait Analysis,  I’ve created a video to illustrate how to create nice gait graphs within Polygon. It also shows how you can export these easily to Word and the data to Excel (then you can look at an earlier post to see how to create yet another set of graphs!) .  I’ve used Polygon 4 to create the video but I know there are still many Polygon 3 users out there. The interface looks a little different but the basic process is exactly the same. The main difference is that there is no Attributes panel in Polygon 3. In most cases you have to right click on an object (graph, graph axis etc) and select one of the options on the menu that then appears.

 

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One comment

  1. very very very excellent video. really very helpful for me. Thank you but i need more videos about the Polygon software. as how to create the normal data. Thank you again

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