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Enclosing Multiple Subplots in a Box

Asked by Yugarshi Mondal on 30 Oct 2019
Latest activity Commented on by Fangjun Jiang
on 30 Oct 2019
I have a subplot that looks as follows:
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|A|A|B|B|
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|A|A|B|B|
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|C|D|E|F|
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I want to enclose plots A,C,D and B,E,F in boxes (to show these plots are "grouped" together).
How do I do this (using commands -- not using the plotting window)? thanks!

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Answer by Fangjun Jiang
on 30 Oct 2019
Edited by Fangjun Jiang
on 30 Oct 2019

In the figure window, click "Insert", "Rectangle".
Or
% Create figure
figure1 = figure;
% Create subplot
subplot(4,4,1,'Parent',figure1);
% Create subplot
subplot(4,4,16,'Parent',figure1);
% Create rectangle
annotation(figure1,'rectangle',...
[0.0193673469387755 0.0571428571428572 0.489816326530612 0.930612244897968]);

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I need to do this using commands, I have access through terminal only -- i should have specified this earlier
What are the parameters for 'rectangle' specifying?
Position. See help annotation

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