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I have big list of data. Its length is 56203*100 and I partitioned biglist into 100 sublists, so each sublist length is 56203. In each sublist each point structure is {0.1,0.345,0.12}and represents the RGBcolor value.

I used this entire sublist into Raster3D[subList] and I used Slider[] function to change the sublist dynamically. Whenever I drag the slider next sub list should go to Raster3D[] function.

It’s working fine but the problem is whenever I drag the slider it takes lots of time to execute. How can I increase the speed of the application when I drag.

Slider[Dynamic[n], {1, 9, 1}, ContinuousAction -> False]
Dynamic[Graphics3D[{Opacity[.1], Raster3D[colorAssignerResult[[n]]],Lighting -> {{"Ambient", White}}}, RotationAction -> "Clip"]]

Sorry I can't give the input for the funtion here because its huge amount of data. but I can tell how much it is, the data 56203 * 100 times. The given function is would not work because of no input.

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It might be a good idea to provide some self-contained code. Just use RandomReal or something to generate some data, and provide a minimum example of your problem that others can run and perhaps analyse. You don't have to use a massive test dataset - just enough data so that people can see some sluggishness... –  cormullion Mar 24 '13 at 18:59

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It's difficult without a full specification to determine what might be the problem.

You say you have 100 sets of 56203 points (or better, colors of those points). Since we're talking about Raster3D I assume they lie in a beam. Let's try to find its size:

FactorInteger[56203]

{{7, 2}, {31, 1}, {37, 1}}

So, this might be an object with dimensions 49x31x37.

Let's generate your data set:

randomColors = RandomReal[{0, 1}, {100, 49, 31, 37, 3}];

Running the code (with ContinuousAction -> True and slider over the full 100 sets instead of 9):

Dynamic[Refresh[ClockGauge[AbsoluteTime[]], UpdateInterval -> 1]]
Slider[Dynamic[n], {1, 100, 1}, ContinuousAction -> True]
Dynamic[Graphics3D[{Opacity[.1], Raster3D[randomColors[[n]]], 
   Lighting -> {{"Ambient", White}}}, RotationAction -> "Clip"]]

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No problems at all.

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+1 for ClockGauge –  bobthechemist Jan 9 at 13:41
    
All this on a 2GB RAM virtual machine? Nice... –  Ajasja Jan 9 at 17:56

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