Welcome to the data mining WEB interface of the ICT4Rehab
(Advanced ICT Platform for Rehabilitation) project. ICT4Rehab was a 3-year strategic project funded by Innoviris
which finished in January 2014. It targeted the development of assistive ICT technologies (Computer-aided gait data analysis and Kinect-based serious gaming
) for the rehabilitation of children with cerebral palsy.
This interface is connected to the ICT4Rehab database,
and allows you to interactively test the data mining tools that were developed in this project.
Available visualization and data mining tools
Documentation is available here
Data are retrieved from the ICT4Rehab database, specifically designed for handling cerebral palsy data.
The database includes tables for storing anamnesis data, clinical tests, medical interventions, and gait analysis data.
Data from three different hospitals are stored in the database:
Control population: 34 subjects, 82 trials.
Pathological population: 45 subjects, 274 trials.
Control population: 26 subjects, 300 trials.
Pathological population: 225 subjects, 1080 trials.
Control population: 88 subjects, 88 trials.
Pathological population: None.
Please contact ICT4Rehab project coordinator Serge Van Sint Jan (sintjans *at* ulb.ac.be) for any query related to the ICT4Rehab project.
The patient records tab provides a comprehensive view of the historical patient data: anamnesis data, clinical tests, medical intervention and gait analysis sessions.
The group explorer allows to query the database and to create groups of functional trials, which can be subsequently fed in the data mining tools (gait classification, patient maps)
Gait Analysis Program
The Gait Analysis Program is a visualization tool designed by Dr. Robert Noble (Robert Gordon University) and Dr. Ray White (Sunderland University), whose purpose is to aid the analysis of the graphical output of gait data.
A description of its features is available here
, and the original link to the applet is here
The applet is available from our interface thanks to the kind authorization of its authors and respective universities. To run it from our interface, click on the gait session links availabe from the patient timeline in the patient records tab.
The ICT4Rehab project was funded by the Brussels Institute for
Research and Innovation (Innoviris). Gait data were made available
thanks to the LABO team of the Erasme Hospital and the Hôpital
Universitaire des Enfants Reine Fabiola. The Gait Analysis Program was made available thanks to Dr. Robert Noble, Robert Gordon University and Dr. Ray White, Sunderland University.
For any questions, or to be informed of updates on this page, please send a mail to Yann-Aël Le Borgne: yleborgn *at* ulb.ac.be