Table 2.

Anterior versus posterior
. | No load . | Load proximal femur . | Load distal femur . | Load distal tibia . |
---|---|---|---|---|

Overlap% | 15.7 | 24.3 | 31.4 | 6.5 |

Probability | 0.120 | 0.177 | 0.226 | 0.189 |

No. required | N=3 | N=7 | N=11 | N=7 |

Anterior versus posterior
. | No load . | Load proximal femur . | Load distal femur . | Load distal tibia . |
---|---|---|---|---|

Overlap% | 15.7 | 24.3 | 31.4 | 6.5 |

Probability | 0.120 | 0.177 | 0.226 | 0.189 |

No. required | N=3 | N=7 | N=11 | N=7 |

Pairs of distributions obtained under the same loading condition but for movements to different target sites (anterior *versus* posterior) could always be discriminated reliably from one another within the average number of observations per response (i.e. 42 video frames)

Overlap% indicates the percentage volume overlap of the two distributions

Probability is a measure of discriminability of the two distributions. It is the likelihood of predicting the wrong target condition from a single observation (one video frame)

No. required indicates the minimum number of observations needed to obtain a 95% chance of making a correct decision

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