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Is there a way in Mathematica to find the local maxima of a set of points?

Suppose you have points={{xa,ya},{xb,yb},{xc,yc}...} 

points={{xa,ya},{xb,yb},{xc,yc}...}

peakQ[{{x1_,y1_},{x2_,y2_},{x3_,y3_}}] := Abs[y1] > Abs[y2] && Abs[y2] < Abs[y3];
peaks=Map[#[[2]]&, Select[Partition[points,3,1],peakQ[#]&]]

peakQ[{{x1_,y1_},{x2_,y2_},{x3_,y3_}}]:=Abs[y1]>Abs[y2]&&Abs[y2]

Is it corretccorrect because in this way iI find points but from plots iI can see that iI have lost some points thanks.

Is there a way in Mathematica to find the local maxima of a set of points?

Suppose you have points={{xa,ya},{xb,yb},{xc,yc}...}

peakQ[{{x1_,y1_},{x2_,y2_},{x3_,y3_}}]:=Abs[y1]>Abs[y2]&&Abs[y2]

Is it corretc because in this way i find points but from plots i can see that i have lost some points thanks

Is there a way in Mathematica to find the local maxima of a set of points?

Suppose you have 

points={{xa,ya},{xb,yb},{xc,yc}...}

peakQ[{{x1_,y1_},{x2_,y2_},{x3_,y3_}}] := Abs[y1] > Abs[y2] && Abs[y2] < Abs[y3];
peaks=Map[#[[2]]&, Select[Partition[points,3,1],peakQ[#]&]]

Is it correct because in this way I find points but from plots I can see that I have lost some points.

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Local max/min of Mathematica data sets

Is there a way in Mathematica to find the local maxima of a set of points?

Suppose you have points={{xa,ya},{xb,yb},{xc,yc}...}

peakQ[{{x1_,y1_},{x2_,y2_},{x3_,y3_}}]:=Abs[y1]>Abs[y2]&&Abs[y2]

Is it corretc because in this way i find points but from plots i can see that i have lost some points thanks