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Re: Animate command on ListPlot:

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  • Subject: [mg74224] Re: Animate command on ListPlot:
  • From: dh <dh at>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2007 04:01:45 -0500 (EST)
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Hi Gopinath,

ShowAnimation takes graphi objects as input, not expression. You must 

first creat these graphics objects, e.g. using Animate or Plot in a Do 

loop, Read the manual.

Note that there is a short cut. If you plotted several graphics in a 

notebook, you can select these graphic object and hit control y. 

Mathematica will then show a "movie" of all the graphics.


Gopinath Venkatesan wrote:

> Hello Friends

> I have a list like this:


> y1 = Table[{t[[k]], W[[1,k]]}, {k, 1, n}]; 


> But this is only one set, I have many with W[[1,k]], W[[2,k]], ..., W[[m,k]]. I tried ShowAnimation[{y1, y2, ..., ym}], where y2, y3 are similar expressions with respective W[[j,k]], j=1,2,...,m. Its not working.


> Is there any other alternative command, like Animate[], that works with Plot[].


> Thanks,

> Gopinath

> Graduate Student

> University of Oklahoma


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