hands: Data : Left Hands

Description Usage Format References See Also Examples

Description

This dataset contains 10 shapes of 4 subjects's left hands where each shape is represented by 56 landmark points. For each person, first six shapes are equally spaced sequence from maximally to minimally spread fingures. The rest are arbitrarily chosen with two constraints; (1) the palm should face the support and (2) the contour should contain no crossins.

Usage

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Format

a named list containing

data

an (56\times 2\times 40) array of landmarks for 40 subjects.

person

a length-40 vector of subject indices.

References

Stegmann M, Gomez D (2002) "A Brief Introduction to Statistical Shape Analysis." Informatics and Mathematical Modelling, Technical University of Denmark, DTU.

See Also

wrap.landmark

Examples

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## LOAD THE DATA 
data(hands)

## VISUALIZE 6 HANDS OF PERSON 1
opar <- par(no.readonly=TRUE)
par(mfrow=c(2,3))
for (i in 1:6){
  xx = hands$data[,1,i]
  yy = hands$data[,2,i]
  plot(xx,yy,"b", cex=0.9)
}
par(opar)

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