walkboutr package has several functions to generate
sample data so that you can see how the package works in practice. We
generate GPS data and accelerometry data separately, as that is how you
will provide your data to
These data will be processed and later combined with accelerometry data to generate walkbouts. #### Generating sample GPS data
These sample GPS data meet all of the characteristics outlined above:
walkboutr also has a function to generate a realistic
walking route in Seattle, which is simply meant to provide another
example for generating data and becoming familiar with the package:
These data look exactly the same as the randomly generated sample GPS data:
These data will be processed and later combined with the GPS data to generate walkbouts.
There are more functions to generate accelerometry data so that you can see the differences based on the size of the dataset. The following functions are included for you to generate sample data:
For the purposes of this example, we will create generate the smallest walk bout.
These sample accelerometry data meet all of the characteristics outlined above:
This function generates a data frame of walk bouts with accelerometry and GPS data so that you can get an idea of how some of the top level functions work. These data won’t be used directly by the package, but are here to give you an idea of what a full dataset looks like as it goes into the final steps of the package.
In order to generate these data, you can use the
This dataset looks like this: