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A walk in the wild helps to tailor robotic leg exoskeletons

Nature 610, 260-261 (2022)


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  • Correction 08 December 2022: The original version of this article said that Slade and colleagues’ raw data were not publicly available. In fact, they were made available at when they were published in ref. 6. The source code was not included at the time of publication, but is available now (see


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