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plotting two figures side by side

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Tri
Tri il 10 Lug 2014
Risposto: Nate Roberts il 18 Mag 2018
how do I plot two figures side by side?

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Laurent
Laurent il 10 Lug 2014
Modificato: Laurent il 10 Lug 2014
You can use subplot. First create a figure
figure;
and then
subplot(1,2,1)
%make here your first plot
subplot(1,2,2)
%make here your second plot
More info:
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CaptCook
CaptCook il 23 Dic 2015
Doesn't this create two "plots" side by side in the same "figure"? The question, which I am also asking, is whether there is any easy way to get 2 figures side by side? By default they seem to stack on top of each other.
Lydia Keppler
Lydia Keppler il 17 Ott 2016
You can set the position of your figure with the following command: figure; set(gcf,'position',[20 50 1250 600])
Depending on the size of your screen, you might have to adjust the numbers, which indicate the position of the bottom and the left and the width and height of the figure. You can then set it so that the figures will be plotted next to each other.
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Nate Roberts
Nate Roberts il 18 Mag 2018
You can use the 'Position' information from gcf.
Here is an example:
close all
x = 0:0.01:60*pi;
figure(1);
plot(x,sin(x),'b'); xlim([0,2*pi]);
pos1 = get(gcf,'Position'); % get position of Figure(1)
set(gcf,'Position', pos1 - [pos1(3)/2,0,0,0]) % Shift position of Figure(1)
figure(2);
plot(x,cos(x),'r'); xlim([10*pi,60*pi]);
set(gcf,'Position', get(gcf,'Position') + [0,0,150,0]); % When Figure(2) is not the same size as Figure(1)
pos2 = get(gcf,'Position'); % get position of Figure(2)
set(gcf,'Position', pos2 + [pos1(3)/2,0,0,0]) % Shift position of Figure(2)
Which results in two figures side by side:

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