# WASP AS 1 Assigment: Activity Recognition,# by Frida Heskebeck, Matthias Mayr, Momina Rizwan and Pontus AnderssonOur activity recognition is based on thresholds.The approach is to use the mean of the x,y and z accelerometer data.Over a time interval of two seconds, we look at the difference of the max and min values of the mean.If the differences is lower than a set threshold, the person is predicted to be standing still.If the difference is greater than the still treshold but smaller than a set running threshold, the person is predicted to be walking.Otherwise, the person is predicted to be running.This repository contains three scripts used to perform activity recognition and data visualization.The data is stored in the `data` directory. To include your own data, add a subfolder to `data` named Data_YourData.We assume the scripts are called from the as1-activity-recognition folder.*`data_visualization.py` allows you to visualize data. Usage: `python data_visualization.py Name DataType`,where `Name` is the name of the person whose data you wish to show, and `DataType` is either `ACC` or `GYR` for accelerometer andgyro data, respectively. Red bars are used to separate the data files.*`get_data.py` is a helper function for `activity_recognition.py`. It collects the data used in the latter script.*`activity_recognition.py` allows you to do activity recognition. Usage: `python activity_recognition.py Name PresentationMode`,where `Name` is as in `data_visualization.py` and `PresentationMode` is either `Text` or `ConfusionMatrix`, with`Text` yielding console output of each prediction and corresponding ground truth, and `ConfusionMatrix` yielding a confusion matrix.For both options, we print the accuracy in the console.