Re: Using Nearest on a group of points

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• Subject: [mg117723] Re: Using Nearest on a group of points
• From: Peter Pein <petsie at dordos.net>
• Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2011 04:14:02 -0500 (EST)
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```Am 29.03.2011 13:55, schrieb Martin VavpotiÄ?:
> I did my own version of it and it looks like this:
>
> Manipulate[Block[{spl = ListLinePlot[Final, PlotRange ->  {{0, 2}, {1,
> 6.5}}]},
> Show[spl, Graphics[{Red, PointSize[.02], Point[{Final[[j, 1]],
> Final[[j, 2]]}]}]]], {j, 1, 187}] (I believe the brackets are fine.)
>
> Final is a 187=D72 Table with x,y values of the graph. The animation
> itself works like it should, but a few of the frames turn a red
> background and I get these warnings:
>
> Part::pspec: Part specification 89.4` is neither an integer nor a list
> of integers.>>
>
> Am I doing something wrong?
>
> Martin
>
> On 24 mar., 12:37, Peter Pein<pet... at dordos.net>  wrote:
>>
>> the dot can be done with:
>>
>> Manipulate[Block[{spl=Plot[Sin[x],{x,0,2Pi}]},
>> Show[spl,Graphics[{Red,PointSize[.02],Point[{x0,Sin[x0]}]}]]],
>> {x0,0,2Pi}]
>>
>> and I didn't try out, but I guess the Animation should depend on x0 too
>> and reside inside the Show[].
>>
>> Peter
>
>
Oh dear, it's not too obvious:

you use j as (integer) index. Take care that j takes only integer values:
Manipulate[......,{j,1,187,1}]
should do.

Cheers,
Peter

```

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