I want to plot a vector. But the elements of this vector are arrays.

Was there any way to plot the data that way?

```
a1 = [1 , 2 , 3]
a2 = [1,2]
a3 = [3,1]
A = [a1,a2,a3]
A = convert(Array{Any}, A)
n = 1:3
using Plots
scatter(n,A)
```

I want to plot a vector. But the elements of this vector are arrays.

Was there any way to plot the data that way?

```
a1 = [1 , 2 , 3]
a2 = [1,2]
a3 = [3,1]
A = [a1,a2,a3]
A = convert(Array{Any}, A)
n = 1:3
using Plots
scatter(n,A)
```

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One possibility:

```
using Plots
a1 = [1 , 2 , 3]
a2 = [1,2]
a3 = [3,1]
A = [a1,a2,a3]
X = [ i*ones(length(a)) for (i,a) in pairs(A)]
scatter(X, A, ms=6, legend =:false)
```

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I think you can replace `length(A[i,:]...)`

with just `length(A[i])`

, no?

EDIT: FWIW, I would have probably done it this way

```
X = [i*ones(length(a)) for (i,a) in enumerate(A)]
```

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@briochemc, much cleaner. Nicer code also with pairs (Julia is really great):

`X = [ i*ones(length(a)) for (i,a) in pairs(A)]`

*PS: edited the code above.*

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Oh great, I didn’t know about that use of `pairs`

! I’m glad I chimed in here just to learn about this! Thanks!