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The present paper describes a new multiplatform software application, LINCE, whose versatility makes it ideally suited to the analysis of sports performance. LINCE (see Figure 1) can be used to observe any episode of physical activity or sport since it has been constructed as a software package that automates the functions of: the design of observational systems, video recording, the calculation of data quality and the presentation of results which can be exported in various formats (THEME, GSEQ, EXCEL and SAS). The application overcomes some of the traditional problems faced in relation to the registration and computation of observational data in the field of physical activity and sports sciences.
CitationGabin, B. [et al.]. Lince: multiplatform sport analysis software. A: World Conference on Educational Sciences. "Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 46: 4th World Conference on Educational Sciences: 02-05 February, 2012; Barcelona, Spain". Barcelona: Academic World Education & Research Center, 2012, p. 4692-4694.
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