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changing x axes labels in a box plot

Hi all,

I have a Matrix of size 132x10. The matrix is given as below:
A = [0.112	0.121	0.131	0.141	0.151	0.161	0.171	0.181	0.191	0.201	0.212	0.222	0.233	0.244	0.256	0.268	0.280	0.293	0.306	0.320	0.334	0.348	0.363	0.379	0.395	0.411	0.427	0.444	0.461	0.478	0.496	0.513	0.529	0.546	0.562	0.577	0.592	0.605	0.617	0.628	0.638	0.646	0.653	0.658	0.662	0.664	0.665	0.665	0.663	0.660	0.655	0.650	0.644	0.637	0.629	0.621	0.612	0.603	0.593	0.583	0.573	0.563	0.553	0.543	0.533	0.523	0.514	0.505	0.496	0.488	0.480	0.473	0.465	0.458	0.451	0.444	0.436	0.428	0.419	0.410	0.400	0.388	0.376	0.363	0.348	0.333	0.318	0.301	0.284	0.268	0.251	0.234	0.217	0.201	0.186	0.171	0.158	0.145	0.133	0.121	0.111	0.102	0.093	0.086	0.079	0.073	0.068	0.063	0.059	0.055	0.052	0.049	0.047	0.045	0.043	0.041	0.040	0.038	0.037	0.036	0.035	0.034	0.032	0.031	0.030	0.029	0.028	0.027	0.026	0.024	0.023	0.022
0.023	0.025	0.026	0.028	0.030	0.032	0.035	0.038	0.042	0.046	0.051	0.057	0.064	0.072	0.081	0.091	0.103	0.116	0.130	0.145	0.162	0.179	0.198	0.217	0.237	0.257	0.278	0.299	0.319	0.340	0.360	0.380	0.400	0.419	0.437	0.455	0.473	0.489	0.506	0.522	0.537	0.553	0.568	0.583	0.597	0.612	0.626	0.640	0.654	0.668	0.682	0.696	0.709	0.723	0.736	0.748	0.760	0.771	0.781	0.790	0.797	0.802	0.804	0.805	0.802	0.797	0.789	0.778	0.764	0.748	0.730	0.709	0.687	0.664	0.641	0.617	0.593	0.570	0.548	0.526	0.505	0.486	0.468	0.450	0.433	0.417	0.402	0.387	0.373	0.359	0.345	0.332	0.319	0.307	0.296	0.285	0.275	0.266	0.258	0.250	0.244	0.238	0.232	0.227	0.222	0.217	0.212	0.206	0.200	0.193	0.186	0.178	0.170	0.161	0.152	0.143	0.134	0.125	0.117	0.108	0.100	0.093	0.086	0.080	0.075	0.070	0.065	0.061	0.057	0.053	0.050	0.047
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I need to plot box plot for this above data. That I did it using MATLAB command boxplot. So, I have 132 columns of boxes for all the data. but I need the x-axes to be represented with Matrix B, which is:

B = [-2.68	-2.64	-2.59	-2.55	-2.50	-2.46	-2.41	-2.37	-2.32	-2.28	-2.23	-2.19	-2.14	-2.10	-2.05	-2.01	-1.96	-1.92	-1.87	-1.83	-1.78	-1.74	-1.69	-1.65	-1.60	-1.56	-1.51	-1.47	-1.42	-1.38	-1.33	-1.29	-1.24	-1.20	-1.15	-1.11	-1.06	-1.02	-0.97	-0.93	-0.88	-0.84	-0.79	-0.75	-0.70	-0.66	-0.61	-0.57	-0.52	-0.48	-0.43	-0.39	-0.34	-0.30	-0.25	-0.21	-0.16	-0.12	-0.07	-0.03	0.02	0.06	0.11	0.15	0.20	0.24	0.29	0.33	0.38	0.42	0.47	0.51	0.56	0.60	0.65	0.69	0.74	0.78	0.83	0.87	0.92	0.96	1.01	1.05	1.10	1.14	1.19	1.23	1.28	1.32	1.37	1.41	1.46	1.50	1.55	1.59	1.64	1.68	1.72	1.77	1.81	1.86	1.90	1.95	1.99	2.04	2.08	2.13	2.17	2.22	2.26	2.31	2.35	2.40	2.44	2.49	2.53	2.58	2.62	2.67	2.71	2.76	2.80	2.85	2.89	2.94	2.98	3.03	3.07	3.12	3.16	3.21];

which have also same number of element. In only with boxplot command the x-axes is represented with numbers, but I need to represent x-axes with Matrix B. It is not necessary that all the element of Matrix B needs to be shown as a x-axes in order to avoid cluttering of data points. I tried a lot, but could n't came up with solutions, kindly help.
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Hello.. I have an excel sheet in it real time sensor data. I need to plot the data in a graph on matlab! please help me what to do.. i dont know how to transfer this data to matlab.. it huge.. "aya" wrote in message <ju3fmb$r4k$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > Hello.. > > I have an excel sheet in it real time sensor data. I need to plot the data in a graph on matlab! please help me what to do.. i dont know how to transfer this data to matlab.. it huge.. xlsread will get the data into Matlab. Barry "Barry Williams" <barry.r.williamsnospam@saic.com> wrote in message <ju3po4$656$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > "aya" wrote in message <ju3fmb$r4k$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > > Hello.. > > > > I have an excel sheet in it real time sensor data. I need to plot the data in a graph on matlab! please help me what to do.. i dont know how to transfer this data to matlab.. it huge.. > > xlsread will get the data into Matlab. > Barry Oh thanks alot.. :) ...

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I've searched through the posting and found what should be the solution to changing the value of a label.... Private Sub Report_Open(Cancel As Integer) Me.lblTest.Caption = "I love Access" End Sub However, when I go to type a similiar thing into the code underlying my Access report, it doesn't offer the option of 'Caption' after the 'lblTest.'. I notice that at the start (after Me.), 'Caption' is on the list. Once I put in the label name, it isn't there. I report form opens. The obvious conclusion....I believe I have a poltigeist running around in my database hiding things that I need. So my question is, how does one kill (or maim) a cyber-poltigeist?? Regnab wrote: > I've searched through the posting and found what should be the > solution to changing the value of a label.... > > Private Sub Report_Open(Cancel As Integer) > Me.lblTest.Caption = "I love Access" > End Sub > > However, when I go to type a similiar thing into the code underlying > my Access report, it doesn't offer the option of 'Caption' after the > 'lblTest.'. I notice that at the start (after Me.), 'Caption' is on > the list. Once I put in the label name, it isn't there. I report form > opens. The obvious conclusion....I believe I have a poltigeist running > around in my database hiding things that I need. So my question is, > how does one kill (or maim) a cyber-poltigeist?...

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