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Topic: Plot the presence of text/string
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Plot the presence of text/string
Posted: Apr 10, 2013 1:37 PM
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I'd like to plot the following

x={'fruit','vegetable'}
y={'apple','banana','cherry','brocolli','cauliflower','beet'}

so that it looks like this (I don't care about the exact marker, this is just for example)

apple | o
banana | o
cherry | o
brocolli | o
cauliflower| o
beet |_______________o_____
fruit | vegetable

The real data I'm using will occasionaly have Y data that fits into both X bins, but for now I'd be happy just plotting the above. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance



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