A data-driven, meaningful, easy to interpret, standardised accelerometer outcome variable for global surveillance

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A data-driven, meaningful, easy to interpret, standardised accelerometer outcome variable for global surveillance

Our aim is to demonstrate how a data-driven accelerometer metric, the acceleration above which a person’s most active minutes are accumulated, can a) quantify the prevalence of meeting current physical activity guidelines for global surveillance and b) moving forward, could inform accelerometer-driven physical activity guidelines. Unlike cut-point methods, the metric is population-independent (e.g. age) and potentially comparable across datasets.

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