Selects the value that is greater than or equal to all the other values.

Examples:

- The maximum of 2 and 6 is 6.
- The maximum of 2 and -6 is 2.

`Position`

is the location of the maximum value in the list, with 1 being the first item. If the maximum value appears multiple times in the list, `Position`

outputs the first position where it appears.

If there are no values, both `Maximum`

and `Position`

output 0.

For point types, this node compares components left-to-right, stopping when a maximum component is found. For example, (1,0) is considered greater than (0,1).

**Keywords**: *>*, *big*, *bound*, *greatest*, *high*, *large*, *limit*, *more*, *most*, *peak*, *range*, *top*, *upper*

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