PhyActBedRest: Marks periods of sleep in Actigraph accelerometer data

Applies an automated algorithm to mark Actigraph accelerometer data as either bedrest or active. There are separate functions for waist and wrist data. Its input is a dataframe with a timestamp column and one of counts. The output is the same dataframe with an additional column, bedrest. Bedrest will have "a" active or "br" for each line. Options also allow for "n" nap which only differ than "s" in being for a shorter (specifiable) time period. Designed to be used after wearmarking function in Physical Activity package.

Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("PhyActBedRest")
AuthorJ. Dustin Tracy, Zhiyi Xu, Leena Choi, Sari Acra, Kong Y. Chen, Maciej S. Buchowski
Date of publication2014-08-18 07:26:32
MaintainerJ. Dustin Tracy <jtracy2@student.gsu.edu>
LicenseGPL (>= 3)
Version1.0

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Files

PhyActBedRest
PhyActBedRest/NAMESPACE
PhyActBedRest/data
PhyActBedRest/data/wr_sl3611_timestamp.csv.gz
PhyActBedRest/data/wr_sj6909_ts.csv.gz
PhyActBedRest/data/wr_tp5788_cc.csv.gz
PhyActBedRest/data/zPhysActBedRest.RData
PhyActBedRest/data/wa_sj6909_ts.csv.gz
PhyActBedRest/data/wa_tp5788.csv.gz
PhyActBedRest/data/wa_sl3611_timestamp.csv.gz
PhyActBedRest/R
PhyActBedRest/R/markbr_y_wa.R
PhyActBedRest/R/markbr_y_wr.R
PhyActBedRest/R/timestamp.R
PhyActBedRest/MD5
PhyActBedRest/DESCRIPTION
PhyActBedRest/man
PhyActBedRest/man/markbr_y_wa.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wr_sl3611_lts.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wa_sj6909_ts.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wa_tp5788.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wr_tp5788_cc.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wa_sl3611_lts.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/zPhysActBedRest-data.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/markbr_y_wr.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wr_sl3611_timestamp.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/timestamp.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wa_sl3611_timestamp.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/PhysActBedRest-package.Rd PhyActBedRest/man/wr_sj6909_ts.Rd

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