# boxplot vs column of strings

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in-p 2015 年 4 月 17 日

So, i need to analyse some data regarding 4 precipitation stations. Problem is, each station gives me a different number of values than the other stations, so I can't use boxplot with multiple variables. I'm trying to solve this by creating one unic column with the results from the four stations (that part is easy and it's done), but I can't find out a way of creating a column of strings with the stations names.
example: station 1 gives me 1 value, station 2 gives me 2 values, station 3 gives me 3, station 4 gives me 4. I want a column like:
station 1
station 2
station 2
station 3
station 3
station 3
station 4
station 4
station 4
station 4
help? thanks!

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Tom Lane 2015 年 4 月 18 日
The simplest way to do this would depend on how you have your data stored now. For example, do you already have it as a column of station numbers? Then this is relatively simple:
>> names = {'first'; 'second'; 'third'};
>> numbers = [1 3 2 3 1]';
>> g = names(numbers)
g =
'first'
'third'
'second'
'third'
'first'
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in-p 2015 年 4 月 24 日

I have the station names as inputs from a prompt function. (station1=char(answer(1)) and so on), and I already know how many values wich station has (n1=54, etc), just don't know how to get it all together... Any idea?

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