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Fig. 3 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 3

From: Automatic versus manual tuning of robot-assisted gait training in people with neurological disorders

Fig. 3

Assistance and errors for ATconst and MTconst for the more impaired leg (white background) and weight shift (grey background). Each polar plot shows the results for one participant. The distribution of the subtasks is the same for all polar plots (see Str1). The results for MTconst are split up into subtasks that were separately tuned by the therapist in a specific participant (light blue) and subtasks that were not separately tuned (dark blue). The bars represent the amount of assistance that the participants received for each specific subtask. The circles outside of the polar plots represent the size of the error that was found for each specific subtask (see legend for scale). Only errors above the upper bound (as defined in Table 2) are shown

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