Typical examples of the high- and low-skill-level over 10 s.
(A, B) Time series of three angle oscillations. The scale of angle A was reduced so that the scale in (A) could be three times smaller than that in (B). (*) in the time series indicates peaks. (C, B) Phase difference between any two angles. These values were calculated from the peaks in (A) and (B). (E, F) Trajectories on the phase plot for the above time series.