We have a better understanding of what the user was looking for: the underlying code for computing KST parameters.
While we cannot provide the code, our methods and term definitions are all provided in the KST Summary that is publicly available on our website. Access your own here: https://kinarm.com/download/kst-summary-analysis-version-3-7/
Further, all collected data is available for further analysis in MATLAB using the KINARM Analysis Scripts available here:
In MATLAB you would call “data = zip_load(‘exam file name’)” That will bring in all of the kinematics. As well, if the file has been analyzed then structures will be created showing the raw values for parameters.
Duncan has just added some example analyses to the scripts under a folder called “demo” that contains “demo_find_peak_speeds.m” and an exam file to use with it.
Thanks for your question.
You can export any KST exam to a csv a couple of different ways. Referring to the Dexterit-E User Guide, section 3.8, it states: “it is possible to right-click on a single data file collected
using KST to get a CSV output of the analysis results. If the Standard Task associated with this data file
generates target-specific parameters, then they will also be output to the CSV file when exporting in this
manner (e.g. Visually Guided Reaching). Alternatively, it is also possible to have all subject data (or a
subset) exported to a single CSV file, by selecting File > Export analysis. This option allows the operator
to select the task, and then to either select specific subjects or query for any subjects that match a given set
of criteria. Unlike the export analysis for a single data file, when outputting analysis results for multiple data
files you will not receive target specific data, only overall analysis results. Because the data structure of the
CSV file is specific to the task, only one task may be exported each time.”
I hope this answers your question.