ListAnimate

ListAnimate[{expr1,expr2,}]

generates an animation whose frames are the successive expri.

ListAnimate[list,fps]

displays fps frames per second.

Details and Options

Examples

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Basic Examples  (1)

Animate a sequence of images:

Scope  (4)

ListAnimate Content  (3)

Animate a list of Wolfram Language expressions:

Animate a sequence of expressions:

Force the expressions to wrap at a fixed width:

Animate a TimeSeries:

ListAnimate Control  (1)

By default, the animation lasts a total of 5 seconds:

Control the display rate of each frame using a second argument:

Options  (19)

Alignment  (1)

Use preset values:

AnimationDirection  (1)

Control the direction of animation:

AnimationRate  (1)

Control the animation rate:

AnimationRepetitions  (1)

Control the number of animation cycles:

AnimationRunning  (2)

By default, ListAnimate starts running when evaluated:

By setting AnimationRunning->False, ListAnimate starts in a paused state:

AppearanceElements  (2)

By default, ListAnimate only contains an Animator:

Use AppearanceElements to get additional controls:

ControlPlacement  (1)

Specify the location of the controls:

DefaultDuration  (1)

Control the time duration of one animation cycle:

Deployed  (2)

By default, the contents can be selected and edited:

Use Deployed to restrict the interactivity of the contents:

FrameMargins  (2)

Use preset values:

Or use any values:

ImageMargins  (2)

Use preset values:

Or use any values:

ImageSize  (3)

By default, ListAnimate leaves enough space for its content without ever having to resize:

By setting ImageSize, leave just enough space for the current display:

A fully custom image size:

Applications  (4)

Collect the individual steps in an optimization problem:

Animate the progression of the solver:

Collect individual steps when solving the sine-Gordon PDE:

Animate the solution progress:

An implementation of LU decomposition that uses Sow on all intermediate steps:

Reap the intermediate results and make an animation:

Use MatrixPlot for larger matrices:

Show changing moon phases in a month:

Use TimeSeriesThread to create a TimeSeries with vector values composed of icons and fractions. Then rescale the time series to integer time stamps:

Use TimeSeriesMapThread to create a series of labeled images with gradient background:

Animate the series:

Properties & Relations  (3)

Use ListAnimate to animate output from Table:

Use Animate for animations that depend on a parameter:

Use Animator when assembling a custom animation frame:

Neat Examples  (1)

Animate a sequence of disks with random sizes:

Introduced in 2007
 (6.0)
 |
Updated in 2014
 (10.0)