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AnyBody Tutorials

AnyBody Tutorials

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The AnyBody
TM
 Modeling System
Tutorials
Version 3.0.0, September 2007 Copyright © 2007, AnyBody
TM
 Technology A/S Home: www.anybodytech.com
 
 1
Tutorials
 
The AnyBody tutorials are step by step introductions to the use of the AnyBody system and in particular to construction of models in AnyScript. The tutorials are tightly linked to a collection of demo AnyScript files. These samples are usually developed as a response to popular requests by our users. The demo comes first, and a tutorial is subsequently developed around it. This pdf-document is a collection of the tutorials exported directly from the AnyBody web page. Each of the following chapter is indeed one tutorial. We apologize for broken links and other parts of the text that is not well-designed as a text document in this format. This document is primarily aimed at printing the text, in case you prefer to read a paper version. When working with the tutorials, we recommend that you use an electronic version, either the online version or a version installed on your computer together with AnyBody.
 
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Getting Started..................................................................................................................4
 
Lesson 1: Using the standing model..................................................................................6
 
Lesson 2: Controlling the posture......................................................................................9
 
Lesson 3: Reviewing analysis results................................................................................12
 
Getting started with AnyScript........................................................................................16
 
Lesson 1: Basic concepts................................................................................................17
 
Lesson 2: Defining segments and displaying objects...........................................................22
 
Lesson 3: Connecting segments by joints..........................................................................28
 
Lesson 4: Definition of movement....................................................................................32
 
Lesson 5: Definition of muscles and external forces............................................................35
 
Lesson 6: Adding real bone geometries.............................................................................42
 
Interface features...........................................................................................................46
 
Lesson 1: Windows and workspaces.................................................................................47
 
Lesson 2: The Editor Window..........................................................................................49
 
Lesson 3: The Model View Window...................................................................................54
 
Lesson 4: The Chart Views..............................................................................................60
 
Lesson 5: The Command Line Application..........................................................................70
 
A study of studies............................................................................................................73
 
Lesson 1: Model Information...........................................................................................77
 
Lesson 2: Setting Initial Conditions..................................................................................82
 
Lesson 3: Kinematic Analysis...........................................................................................84
 
Lesson 4: Inverse Dynamic Analysis.................................................................................88
 
Lesson 5: Calibration Studies..........................................................................................94
 
Muscle modeling...........................................................................................................102
 
Lesson 1: The basics of muscle definition........................................................................103
 
Lesson 2: Controlling muscle drawing.............................................................................108
 
Lesson 3: Via point muscles..........................................................................................112
 
Lesson 4: Wrapping muscles.........................................................................................115
 
Lesson 5: Muscle models..............................................................................................121
 
Lesson 6: General muscles............................................................................................142
 
Lesson 7: Ligaments....................................................................................................150
 
The mechanical elements..............................................................................................158
 
Lesson 1: Segments....................................................................................................159
 
Lesson 2: Joints..........................................................................................................161
 
Lesson 3: Drivers........................................................................................................162
 
Lesson 4: Kinematic Measures.......................................................................................162
 
Lesson 5: Forces.........................................................................................................175
 
Advanced script features...............................................................................................176
 
Lesson 1: Using References...........................................................................................176
 
Lesson 2: Using Include Files........................................................................................177
 
Lesson 3: Mathematical Expressions...............................................................................178
 
Building block tutorial...................................................................................................178
 
Lesson 1: Modification of an existing application...............................................................181
 
Lesson 2: Adding a segment.........................................................................................184
 
Lesson 3: Kinematics...................................................................................................188
 
Lesson 4: Kinetics........................................................................................................195
 
Lesson 5: Starting with a new model..............................................................................199
 
Lesson 6: Importing a Leg Model...................................................................................202
 
Lesson 7: Making Ends Meet.........................................................................................208
 
Lesson 8: Kinetics - Computing Forces............................................................................217
 
Lesson 9: Model Structure............................................................................................222
 
Validation of models......................................................................................................223
 
Kinematic input...........................................................................................................225
 
Parameter studies and optimization..............................................................................227
 
Defining a parameter study...........................................................................................228
 
Optimization studies....................................................................................................240
 

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