Inspect3D Documentation ToolBar
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The tool bar originally appears at the top left hand side of the page. However, its sections can be moved by selecting the set of vertical dots on the left side of the section and dragging it into a new position. If you right click on the tool bar a dropdown menu will appear that will allow you to hide any of the tool bar sections.
The Load Workspace button allows you to open a workspace that you had previously created and saved. This includes any Library Queries, Data Queries, and Plots that have been created. The file being loaded must be in the .txt format and must have been saved in Inspect3D, a text file saved using any other program (such as Visual3D) cannot be loaded. In order to update a file that you have loaded use the 'Save Workspace' button. If you do not wish to update the original workspace file that was loaded press control and click the 'Save Workspace' button at the same time to 'Save As'.
Save Workspace As
The Save Workspace As button allows you to save your workspace, which includes any Library Queries, Data Queries, and Plots that have been created. They may be opened again in the future and allow you to continue working on you project from where you had left off. The Save Workspace As button is used the first time a new workspace is saved the a browser window will open allowing you to specify the workspace name and where to save it.
Once the active workplace has been saved using the Save Workspace As button, clicking the Save Workspace button will simply update the saved file and maintain the previously designated file name and location.
The Show Options button opens the options dialogue. For more information on the options available see the Options page.
The Load Library button opens the Library dialogue. For more information on loading libraries see the Load Library page.
The Query button opens the Advanced Query Dialogue which allows the user to create complex queries with multiple conditions.
The Load Query button allows the user to automatically load a query that was previously created and saved as a text file.
The Save Query button allows the user to save a query that they have created as a text file. This query can then be loaded in the future.
The Clear Queries button allows the user to remove all the queries that have been created or loaded. This does not affect the library path that has been set and the PCA that has been run will stay until a new analysis is run.
The Reload Queries button allows the user to recalculate their queries when changes have been made.
The Export PCA Results button allows you to export the PCA results as a set of three .txt files. They are appended as YourFileName_LoadVec.txt, YourFileName_Scores.txt, and YourFileName_ScoresSPSS.txt.
Update CMOs With Bad Events
Add Event to Exclude Signals - If the Add Event to Exclude Signals checkbox is selected the event name in text box below are added to all the excluded signals.
Text Box - The default Bad Event name is BAD. However, it can be appended to include more information. For example, BAD_Legs, if the bad events should only affect the legs and upper arm movements should not be excluded.
Add Tag to Excluded Signals - If the Add Tag to Exclude Signals checkbox is selected the tag name in the text box below is added to all the excluded signals.
Text Box - The default Bad Tag name is BAD. However, it can be appended to include more information. For example, BAD_Legs, if the bad events should only affect the legs and upper arm movements should not be excluded.
Use condition name for side (right/left) - If the Use condition name for side checkbox is selected then right or left will be added to the BAD event to indicate which side it is associated with.
Remove Force Assignment For Excluded Signals - If the Remove Force Assignment For Excluded Signals checkbox is selected then all of the force assignments that are associated with an excluded signal will be deleted.
Remove C3D file for excluded signals - If the Remove C3D file for excluded signals checkbox is selected then the c3d file for excluded events is removed from the .cmo file.
Add Tag to Traces - If the Add Tag to Traces checkbox is selected and a name is typed into the Tag Name text box then the c3d files of all the selected traces will be tagged with the Tag Name.
Add Event to Traces - If the Add Event to Traces checkbox is selected and a name is typed into the Event Name text box then an event is added to all the traces that are selected.
Cancel - Clicking on the Cancel button will close the Update CMOs dialogue without making any changes to the original CMOs.
Update CMOs - Clicking on the Update CMOs button will make changes to the CMO files. These changes cannot be undone from within Inspect3D.
Query - The Query drop down menu has a list of all the queries computed in the current workspace.
Subject - The Subject drop down menu has a list of all the .cmo files that are loaded into the workspace.
Motion File - The Motion File drop down menu has a list of all the .c3d files that are contained in the selected subject or .cmo file.
Frames - The Frames drop down menu has a list of all the frame ranges that are outlined by the events in the queries.
Associate C3D with Video -
Associate Frames with Video -
Trim the video to the selected trace times - The Trim the video to the selected trace times check box allows the user to sync the length of the video to the length of the trace that is selected in the Selected Traces section.
Browse - The Browse button opens a standard file search window that allows the user to select the .avi video file that should be loaded.
Video - The video file that you have loaded using the Browse button. Note: If the Video section is not present when you first open the Video Dialogue, increase the size of the dialogue box. The video function will not work on virtual machines such as Parallels.
Controller - The Controller allows the user to navigate the video file.
The Exclude Trace(s) button allows the user to remove all the traces that are selected.
The Exclude Subject button allows the user to exclude all the traces that belong to the subject that is selected.
Re-Include All Data
The Re-Include All Data button allows the user to return all the traces that have previously been removed from the graph and the analysis.
Graph n,n or Row or Column
The organization of the graph control button is dependent on the settings used in the Options Dialogue Plot View Type. 1,1 indicates that this button controls the graph in row 1 and column 1. When selected this is the graph that will be enlarged to fill the screen.
The Show All button returns all of the graphs to the screen.
The following options allow the user to control the PCA section of Inspect3D.
Show PCA Graphs
The Show PCA Graphs button allows the user to add and remove the PCA graphs from the main section of the program window.
The Number of PC's button allows the user to enter the number of primary components that should be calculated.
Use Subject Mean
The Use Subject Mean checkbox allows the user to use the subject means for the PCA calculation.
Run QA Using PCA
The Run QA using PCA button allows the user to open the dialogue box that controls these functions. The Run Quality Assurance Using Primary Component Analysis dialogue is divided into three sections: Search Parameters, Hotelling's test and outliers, and Custom C-Motion routine.
The quality assurance using PCA function allows the user to automatically search the data and identify traces that are outside the norm. The search for outliers can be done by Combined Groups, Group, and Subjects.
The Run PCA button instigates the calculation of the primary components.
The dropdown menu includes the following links:
-Tutorials. The tutorial button expands into a drop down menu that includes links to specific tutorials, including:
- -Tutorial 1 - Quality Assurance
- -Tutorial 2 - Export Tool
- -Tutorial 3 - Principal Component Analysis
- The About dialogue contains several important pieces of information regarding the Inspect3D program. These include:
- -Version Number
- -Release Date
- -Copyright Information
- -Contact Information (email@example.com)
- -CMLib Version Number
- -License Number
- -The Activation and Deactivation Button