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This page describes the format and text for the different tutorials sections.
 
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Latest revision as of 16:52, 13 September 2019

Language:  English  • français • italiano • português • español 

East Coast ASB

For internal use only

This page describes the format and text for the different tutorials sections.

Other pages

The test page shows the font changes when using different title information.

Segment Definition

Original image size: 891 × 643 px (144 KB)

Define a segment using:
1 Proximal Target
2 Distal Targets

1. Create SEGMENT_XXXX Segment:

  1. In the Segments tab, select SEGMENT_XXXX in the Segment Name box.
  2. Click on the Create Segment button.
  3. In the SEGMENT_XXXX tab, enter these values:

       Define Proximal Joint and Radius
       Lateral: None     Joint: XXXX     Medial: None     
       Radius: XXXX

       Define Distal Joint and Radius
       Lateral: XXXX     Joint: None     Medial: XXXX     

       Select Tracking Targets:
         XXXX, XXXX, XXXX, XXXX

  4. Click on Build Model. A 3D image of a SEGMENT_XXXX will appear distal to the OTHER_SEGMENT_XXXX.
  5. Click on Close Tab before proceeding.

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Define a segment using:
1 Proximal Target
1 Distal Target
1 Lateral Target

1. Create SEGMENT_XXXX Segment:

  1. In the Segments tab, select SEGMENT_XXXX in the Segment Name box.
  2. Click on the Create Segment button.
  3. In the SEGMENT_XXXX tab, enter these values:

       Define Proximal Joint and Radius
       Lateral: None     Joint: XXXX     Medial: None     
       Radius: XXXX

       Define Distal Joint and Radius
       Lateral: None     Joint: XXXX     Medial: None     

       Extra Target to Define Orientation
       Location: XXXX     XXXX

       Select Tracking Targets:
         XXXX, XXXX, XXXX, XXXX

  4. Click on Build Model. A 3D image of a SEGMENT_XXXX will appear distal to the OTHER_SEGMENT_XXXX.
  5. Click on Close Tab before proceeding.

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KINEMATIC ONLY SEGMENTS:
Original image size: 391 × 186 px (35 KB)

1. Create SEGMENT_XXXX:

1. In the Segment Name combo box type SEGMENT_XXXX
2. Check the Kinematic Only Check Box
3. Select the Create button

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4. In the SEGMENT_XXXXb tab, enter these values:
   Define Proximal Joint and Radius
   Lateral: None     Joint: XXXX     Medial: None     
   Radius: X.XX
   Define Distal Joint and Radius
   Lateral: None     Joint: XXXX     Medial: None     
   Radius: X.XX
   Extra Target to define Orientation
   Select: DIRECTION_XXXX     XXXX
   Select Tracking Targets:
      Check: Use Calibration Targets for Tracking
5. Click on Build Model.
6. Click on Close Tab before proceeding.

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Segment Definition: KMATv2

1. Create SEGMENT_XXXX:

1. In the Segment Name combo box type SEGMENT_XXXX
2. Check the Kinematic Only Check Box
3. Select the Create button
4. In the SEGMENT_XXXXb tab, enter these values:
   Define Proximal Joint and Radius
   Lateral: None     Joint: XXXX     Medial: None     
   Radius: X.XX
   Define Distal Joint and Radius
   Lateral: None     Joint: XXXX     Medial: None     
   Radius: X.XX
   Extra Target to define Orientation
   Select: DIRECTION_XXXX     XXXX
   Select Tracking Targets:
      Check: Use Calibration Targets for Tracking
5. Click on Build Model.
6. Click on Close Tab before proceeding.

Landmark Definition

Original Image size: 391 × 563 px

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1. Create LANDMARK_XXX:

  1. Click Landmarks button
  2. Click Add New Landmark button
  3. Create Landmark: LANDMARK_XXX

       Landmark Name: LANDMARK_XXXX

       Define Orientation Using:
       Starting Point: XXXX
       Ending Point: XXXX
       *Lateral object: XXX
       *Project From: XXX
      Click Existing Segment: XXX

  4. Offset Using the Following ML/AP/AXIAL Offsets:
       X: 0.0    Y: 0.0    Z: 0.0
  5. Check: Offset by Percent (1.0 = 100%) (Meters when not checked)
  6. Check: Calibration Only Landmark (Not generated for assigned motion file(s))

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Point in a Line

1. Create LANDMARK_XXXX Joint Center:

  1. Click Landmarks button
  2. Click Add New Landmark button
  3. Create Landmark: LANDMARK_XXXX

       Landmark Name: LANDMARK_XXXX

       Define Orientation Using:
       Starting Point: XXXX
       Ending Point: XXXX

  4. Offset Using the Following AXIAL Offset: X.X
  5. Check: Offset by Percent (1.0 = 100%)
  6. Check: Calibration Only Landmark

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Point in a Plane

1. Create LANDMARK_XXXX:

  1. Click Landmarks button
  2. Click Add New Landmark button
  3. Create Landmark: LANDMARK_XXXX

       Landmark Name: LANDMARK_XXXX

       Define Orientation Using:
       Starting Point: XXXX
       Ending Point: XXXX
       Lateral Object: XXXX
       Project From: XXXX

  4. Do NOT Check: Offset by Percent (1.0 = 100%)
  5. Check: Calibration Only Landmark

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Point Relative to a Segment

1. Create Landmark_XXXX:

  1. Click Landmarks button
  2. Click Add New Landmark button
  3. Create Landmark: Landmark_XXXX

       Landmark Name: Landmark_XXXX

       Define Orientation Using:
        Click Existing Segment: XXXX

  4. Offset Using the Following ML/AP/AXIAL Offsets:
       X: 0.0    Y: 0.0    Z: 0.0
  5. Check: Offset by Percent (1.0 = 100%)
  6. Check: Calibration Only Landmark

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Point Relative to 3 Points

Point Projected on a line

Point Projected on a plane

Videos

Embedded Videos

The following code should be contained within < >
HTML5video width="520" height="320" autoplay="true" loop="true">downloading</HTML5video

YouTube Video

The following code should be contained within < >.

HTML5video type="youtube" width="400" height="300" autoplay="false">XXX</HTML5video


Side By Side Images

Text:

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Text:

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Sample files can be downloaded here.


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http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Tables#Cell_contents_alignment


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https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Collapsible_elements


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