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Table 2 Overview of the statistical results

From: Trainer in a pocket - proof-of-concept of mobile, real-time, foot kinematics feedback for gait pattern normalization in individuals after stroke, incomplete spinal cord injury and elderly patients

  Friedman’s Test Wilcoxon post-hoc test
   iGA 1 < −>  2 iGA 1 < −>  3 iGA 2 < −>  3
overall N = 41 p < 0.0001 * p < 0.0001 * p < 0.0001 * p = 0.2450
  ci1 = 1.50 ci2 = 2.50 ci1 = 1.50 ci2 = 2.50 ci1 = −3.93e−5 ci2 = 1.00
iSCI N = 15 p = 0.0004 * p = 0.0027 * p = 0.0047 * p = 0.1883
  ci1 = 1.00 ci2 = 1.00 ci1 = 1.00 ci2 = 2.00 ci1 = −6.45*e− 5 ci2 = 2.00
stroke N = 11 p = 0.0019 * p = 0.0131 * p = 0.0069 * p = 0.5862
  ci1 = 1.00 ci2 = 3.50 ci1 = 1.00 ci2 = 3.00 ci1 = −1.00 ci2 = 2.00
elderly N = 15 p = 0.0001 * p = 0.0010 * p = 0.0016 * p = 1
  ci1 = 1.50 ci2 = 3.00 ci1 = 1.50 ci2 = 3.50 ci1 = −2.00 ci2 = 1.50
  1. Overview of the statistical results of the changes of the average training levels over initial gait analyses (iGA) of visits 1 through 3, by participant group. Overall significance testing was achieved with a Friedman’s Test. For post-hoc comparisons, a Bonferroni corrected paired Wilcoxon test was used. Significant results are marked with an asterisk (*)