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Fig. 1 | BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation

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From: Wrist-worn optical and chest strap heart rate comparison in a heterogeneous sample of healthy individuals and in coronary artery disease patients

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A1) Residuals against means of chest strap electrocardiogram (ECG)-based heart rate (HR) and wrist strap photoplethysmography (PPG)-based HR for walking, where the red dashed lines represent 95% confidence intervals. Color coding (blue = low to red = high) highlights the peak data density for both residuals and means. A2) shows the frequency distribution of the difference between chest strap ECG and wrist-strap PPG; red dashed lines represent plus, minus 1 standard deviation, and the black dashed line represents the mean difference. A3) shows the frequency distribution of the mean HR measured by the two methods. B1,2,3) for running; C1,2,3) for cycling; D1,2,3) for gym activities; E1,2,3) for sedentary activities; F1,2,3) for household activities and G1,2,3) for all activities

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