Get two dimensional array prepared to print graph

I have a two dimensional array:  values[serieNumber][xPosition].
I want to be able to print it as a time series graph and therfore need to extract the different series from values. I need to have each series in this kind of format:

 serie1 = [[0, 0.9], [0.5, 0.87], [1, 0.80],[1.5, 0.75],[2, 0.6],[2.5, 0.57],[3, 0.5],[3.5, 0.4],[4, 0.15],[4.5, 0.2],[9,2, 0.0]];

How do I do that in a loop?

I assume the first value in each pair comes from the 'xPosition'.
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
It would look something like this but hard to know exactly without seeing sample data for your values array

demo: http://jsbin.com/OJOguli/1/edit?js,console
var values = [[[0,0],[1,1],[2,2],[3,3],[4,4],[5,5]],[[3,6],[2,3],[1,8],[0,5],[4,1],[5,8]]];

var series = [];

for (var i=0; i<values.length; i++) {
  series[i] = [];
  for (var xPos in values[i]) {
    series[i].push([xPos, values[i][xPos]]);
  }  
}

console.log(series);

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