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Table 1 Example of the qualitative correlation table

From: Assessment of biofeedback rehabilitation in post-stroke patients combining fMRI and gait analysis: a case study

Categorical variables
fMRI Bef Aft Gait Bef Aft
Ipsilateral task A Ipsilateral
M1 active Agree Agree Speed in normative band Disagree Disagree
Diffuse activation of M1 Agree Disagree Cadence in normative band Disagree Disagree
M1 not active Disagree Disagree Stride length Agree Agree
Contralateral task A Ankle power peak in normative band Disagree Disagree
M1 active Disagree Disagree Ankle positive work in normative band Agree Agree
Diffuse activation of M1 Disagree Disagree Ankle negative work in normative band Disagree Disagree
M1 not active Disagree Disagree Ankle power peak from contralateral heel strike Disagree Agree
Ipsilateral task B Contralateral
M1 active Disagree Disagree Speed in normative band Disagree Disagree
Diffuse activation of M1 Disagree Disagree Cadence in normative band Disagree Disagree
M1 not active Disagree Disagree Stride length Agree Agree
Contralateral task B Ankle power peak in normative band Disagree Disagree
M1 active Disagree Disagree Ankle positive work in normative band Agree Agree
Diffuse activation of M1 Disagree Disagree Ankle negative work in normative band Disagree Disagree
M1 not active Disagree Disagree Ankle power peak from contralateral heel strike Agree Agree
  1. Example of table for evaluating qualitative correlation, the values were considered for both the self-selected and fast speed walking trials.