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SPEED LIMIT GPS BACKGROUND 1.43


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SPEED LIMIT GPS BACKGROUND 1.43



A.K.M. and M.N.S. contributed majorly to the overall research work starting from GPS, data Analysis, interpretation of results, scientific inputs and manuscript writing. K.N.K. provided background wind speed detail analysis and results.


Honestly, given how many apps use data, most people will want an unlimited data plan. But even these plans have soft data caps, and if you go over that cap, your speeds will be reduced. So be sure to read the fine print and find a plan that gives you what you need.


Several limitations of this systematic review and meta-analysis are noted. First, our assessment of study quality noted that while the research question and outcomes measures were clearly stated in nearly all studies, many failed to clearly specify the study population. For example, often only subject numbers and location were reported. There is the possibility of selection bias in some studies. Also, in most cases, a sample size justification, power description, or variance and effect estimates were not reported in the original study. These threats to internal validity may increase the risk for bias. Second, the purpose of walking was not considered (e.g., for commuting and for recreation) but may theoretically have an effect on enacted walking speed. Third, a variety of tests/protocols were used to measure walking pace, and therefore across studies, there is no standardised assessment method. Fourth, there were not sufficient data available on age to permit sub-group analysis. Fifth, as we restricted our search to articles published in English, it is possible that there are additional studies published in other languages that could augment this evidence base. Finally, studies undertaken in Australia and the US contributed 23% and 20% of all included studies; therefore, findings may not be representative of broader populations. Our assessment of study quality indicates the need for better designed and executed studies, although it is possible that they only neglected to report on assessed items. We note that several guidelines are gaining prominence which aims to enhance standardised reporting of observational studies (e.g., the STROBE statement [31]). Adherence to such guidelines should enhance the secondary use and analysis of data. 041b061a72


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