How to plot multiple graphs in one figure ?

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sree chandana munnangi
sree chandana munnangi el 29 de Jun. de 2021
Comentada: Stefan Bendisch el 18 de Ag. de 2023
I have two codes. Each code has four graphs. I want to plot two graphs in one figure. For example: Dead nodes vs Round graph of two should be in one figure. In the same way other graphs also. I tried hold on function but still not getting. How to merge the two codes in order to get the graphs ?
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Nghia Tran
Nghia Tran el 2 de Feb. de 2023
thank u

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz el 20 de Mayo de 2023
> I want to plot two graphs in one figure
Options are
subplot(m,n,i) creates an axes in the i^th position of an m-by-n grid.
tiledlayout(m,n) creates an m-by-n grid upon which axes can be added using nexttile.
See documentation links for details.
Benefits to using tiledlayout
The following features are great improvements available in tiledlayout.
  1. Flexible grid sizes (TileArrangment property)
  2. Control spacing (TileSpacing and Padding properties, Community Highlight)
  3. Row-wise or column-wise order of axes (TileIndexing property, Community Highlight)
  4. Global labels such as a title, subtitle, xlabel and ylabel (labels properties)
  5. Global legends, starting in R2020b (legend layout property, documentation example, more demos)
  6. Global colorbars, starting in R2020b (colorbar layout property, documentation example, demo)
  7. Specify the span of an axes within the grid using nexttile(span)
tcl = tiledlayout(2,3,'TileSpacing','compact');
axis tight
scatter(rand(1,10), rand(1,10), 90, lines(10))
box on
histogram2(2*randn(1,1000), randn(1,1000), 'FaceColor', 'Flat')
cb = colorbar();
cb.Layout.Tile = 'south';
title(tcl, 'Global title')
xlabel(tcl, 'Global xlabel')
ylabel(tcl, 'Global ylabel')
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Stefan Bendisch
Stefan Bendisch el 18 de Ag. de 2023
Thank you. This function is a great help since it overcomes come limitations of subplot.

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Devanuj Deka
Devanuj Deka el 12 de Jul. de 2021
It is my understanding that you want to plot two graphs in one figure. You tried hold on but it didn't work.
It is not clear whether you want both plots in the same graph, or both plots in separate graphs but in the same window. Below are the possible solutions for either of those which you can try. I've taken dead nodes v/s rounds and alive nodes v/s rounds for the plots.
1) hold on, hold off – both dead and alive nodes in the same plot, same figure
hold on;
title('Nodes vs Rounds')
xlabel 'Rounds';
ylabel 'Nodes';
hold off;
legend('Dead Nodes','Live Nodes','Location','best');
Documentation: hold
2) subplot – dead nodes and alive nodes in two separate plots, but in the same figure
title('Dead Nodes vs Rounds')
xlabel 'Rounds';
ylabel 'Dead Nodes';
title('Live Nodes vs Rounds')
xlabel 'Rounds';
ylabel 'Live Nodes';
Documentation: subplot


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