Event Define Event Sequence

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Defining an Event_Sequence as a single command parameter.

This option provides the flexibility to set offsets on the Event_Sequence and to embed an Event Sequence inside another event.

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Event_Define_Event_Sequence
/EVENT_SEQUENCE_NAME=RSTANCE
/EVENT_SEQUENCE=RON+ROFF
! /EXCLUDE_EVENTS=
! /INSIDE_OF_SEQUENCE=
/OFFSET_FROM_START=-1
! /OFFSET_FROM_END=
/OFFSET_BY=FRAMES
/EVENT_SEQUENCE_INSTANCE=0
;

The resulting signal can be used wherever an Event_Sequence is used.

For example, Metric_Mean

Instead of the following syntax:

Metric_Mean
/RESULT_METRIC_NAME=_MEAN
/APPLY_AS_SUFFIX_TO_SIGNAL_NAME=TRUE
! /RESULT_METRIC_FOLDER=PROCESSED
/SIGNAL_TYPES=LINK_MODEL_BASED
/SIGNAL_NAMES=RKNEE_ANGLE
! /SIGNAL_FOLDER=ORIGINAL
! /SIGNAL_COMPONENTS=ALL_COMPONENTS
/EVENT_SEQUENCE=RON+ROFF
/EXCLUDE_EVENTS=
! /GENERATE_MEAN_AND_STDDEV=TRUE
! /APPEND_TO_EXISTING_VALUES=FALSE
;

you could use

Metric_Mean
/RESULT_METRIC_NAME=_MEAN
/APPLY_AS_SUFFIX_TO_SIGNAL_NAME=TRUE
! /RESULT_METRIC_FOLDER=PROCESSED
/SIGNAL_TYPES=LINK_MODEL_BASED
/SIGNAL_NAMES=RKNEE_ANGLE
! /SIGNAL_FOLDER=ORIGINAL
! /SIGNAL_COMPONENTS=ALL_COMPONENTS
/EVENT_SEQUENCE=RSTANCE
/EXCLUDE_EVENTS=
! /GENERATE_MEAN_AND_STDDEV=TRUE
! /APPEND_TO_EXISTING_VALUES=FALSE
;
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