Data captured using low-cost active electromyography (2020)
AuthorsFortune, B.C., Pretty, C.G., Chatfield, L.T., McKenzie, L.R., Hayes, M.P.show all
Abstract: Surface electromyography (sEMG) data was captured for three able-body subjects, from their right biceps brachii using the POLE sensor outlined in ”Low-cost active electromyography” . Data was captured for 45 seconds per subject, resulting in 12–21 contractions per subject. The raw data files, along with a sinusoidal waveform have been provided. This allows users of the POLE sensor to verify their low-cost sEMG device has been populated and configured correctly. This data also allows researchers/developers to compare their results against this low-cost, low noise sEMG device. The frequency content of the raw sEMG data is also of interest; this is calculated by applying a fast Fourier transform (FFT). The process applied to perform these algorithms is supplied in a MATLAB script.
CitationFortune BC, Pretty CG, Chatfield LT, McKenzie LR, Hayes MP (2020). Data captured using low-cost active electromyography. Data in Brief. 105239-105239.
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KeywordssEMG; EMG; Rehabilitation; Right Leg Driver; Bar Electrodes; Bio-sensing; Bio-instrumentation
ANZSRC Fields of Research11 - Medical and Health Sciences::1103 - Clinical Sciences::110321 - Rehabilitation and Therapy (excl. Physiotherapy)
10 - Technology::1004 - Medical Biotechnology::100402 - Medical Biotechnology Diagnostics (incl. Biosensors)