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Or for Python, check out the ‘Data Science Handbook’
The GitHub repository by Luca Modenese contains an enormous amount of resources relating to biomechanical data collection and analysis.
My Sports Biomechanics Lecture Series includes lectures on motion capture hardware and software, a live motion capture demo, EMG, and inverse dynamics:
Motion Capture: Hardware, Software, and Modeling - Vicon
Motion Capture: Let’s do some MOCAP - Vicon
Electromyography (EMG) in Sports Biomechanics - Delsys
Inverse Dynamics, Joint Reaction Forces, and Loading - Bill Baltzopoulos
The Visual3D Wiki contains lots of useful information for motion capture data analysis within Visual3D.
I have also found free3d.com to be particularly useful for finding sporting equipment to integrate within 3D graphics generated in Visual3D. For a tutorial of how to add equipment, or scale segment colours to a calculated variable, check out the video below: