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Force-Velocity Profiling and Training Optimization Course:

MODULE 4: Analysis – Part 4

Agreement Analysis

In this video, I am providing extra material that deals with agreement analysis, as well as a pilot validity analysis between GymAware and Flex instruments. I am using bmbstats package, which you can read more about in the links provided below the video.

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  8. Jovanović, Mladen. 2020b. bmbstats: Bootstrap Magnitude-Based Statistics. R-Package. Belgrade, Serbia. https://github.com/mladenjovanovic/bmbstats.
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Module 1: Installation

Module 2: Theory

Module 3: Measurement

Module 4: Analysis