I have nine sets of data with x,y coords that are the position of a particle. I can ListPlot the particle positions on a single plot, but, I want to animate this.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

ListPlot[{mydata1, mydata2, mydata3, mydata4, mydata5, mydata6, mydata7, mydata8, mydata9}, PlotRange -> {{-1, 20}, {-1, 20}}]

I have been playing around with ListAnimate and I can get one particle to animate but I can not get the rest.

ListAnimate[ ListPlot[{#, #}, PlotRange -> {{-1, 20}, {-1, 20}}] & /@ mydata1]

Is there a way to get all nine particles in the same frame?

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# Mathematica: Animate multiple sets of XY data

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