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RE: Re: Animate command on ListPlot:

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  • Subject: [mg74318] RE: [mg74262] Re: Animate command on ListPlot:
  • From: "Ingolf Dahl" <ingolf.dahl at>
  • Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 00:50:41 -0500 (EST)
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You might try my AnimateToClosedGroup command, which does exactly this. Just
download  and install my TaggedCells Package from
If you install according to the instructions, you can look up
AnimateToClosedGroup in Help, and find an example, which you might modify.
Good luck! 
Best regards

Ingolf Dahl 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gopinath Venkatesan [mailto:gopinathv at] 
> Sent: den 16 mars 2007 01:13
> To: mathgroup at
> Subject: [mg74262] Re: Animate command on ListPlot:
> Don Taylor replied me with an example on animating ListPlots 
> and it was missed in the forum database. So I am posting his 
> reply as received.
> --------------------------------------------------
> Table[ListPlot[{{i,i^2},{1.1i,1.1i^2},{1.2i,1.2i^2},{1.3i,1.3i^2}},
>    PlotJoined->True,PlotRange->{{1,6},{1,36}}],{i,1,5}]
> When this has finished making the plots doubleclick on the 
> first plot and at least on my system it animates the sequence 
> of plots over and over.
> I'd love to find out where this is documented.
> (Another "user discoverable interface?")
> Don Taylor
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> Thanks for the help. It worked for me. I wonder if there is a 
> way to suppress the display of rest of the plots and show 
> only one plot which will animate the entire set of listplots.
> Gopinath Venkatesan
> Graduate Student
> University of Oklahoma

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