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When using SciDraw, we have full control over all label positions. The key option names are variation on TextNudge. The value specified in this option will be added to the label position.

Example with frame labels:

Figure[
 {
   FigurePanel[{}, FrameLabel -> {x, y}, 
     XFrameTextNudge -> 10,     (* shift up by 10 pt *)
     YFrameTextNudge -> {10, 0} (* shift right by 10 pt *)
   ]
 }
 ]

enter image description here

SciDraw of course draws its own frames and requires working in (and learning) its own framework. It will not help in changing the position of standard frame labels.

The ability of SciDraw to move labels is one of the several reasons why I usually use it for publication figures. I you have the time and are willing to learn it, it is a good option to deal with the label positioning problem.

When using SciDraw, we have full control over all label positions. The key option names are variation on TextNudge. The value specified in this option will be added to the label position.

Example with frame labels:

Figure[
 {
   FigurePanel[{}, FrameLabel -> {x, y}, 
     XFrameTextNudge -> 10,     (* shift up by 10 pt *)
     YFrameTextNudge -> {10, 0} (* shift right by 10 pt *)
   ]
 }
 ]

enter image description here

SciDraw of course draws its own frames and requires working in (and learning) its own framework. It will not help in changing the position of standard frame labels.

When using SciDraw, we have full control over all label positions. The key option names are variation on TextNudge. The value specified in this option will be added to the label position.

Example with frame labels:

Figure[
 {
   FigurePanel[{}, FrameLabel -> {x, y}, 
     XFrameTextNudge -> 10,     (* shift up by 10 pt *)
     YFrameTextNudge -> {10, 0} (* shift right by 10 pt *)
   ]
 }
]

enter image description here

SciDraw of course draws its own frames and requires working in (and learning) its own framework. It will not help in changing the position of standard frame labels.

The ability of SciDraw to move labels is one of the several reasons why I usually use it for publication figures. I you have the time and are willing to learn it, it is a good option to deal with the label positioning problem.

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source | link

When using SciDraw, we have full control over all label positions. The key option names are variation on TextNudge. The value specified in this option will be added to the label position.

Example with frame labels:

Figure[
 {
   FigurePanel[{}, FrameLabel -> {x, y}, 
     XFrameTextNudge -> 10,     (* shift up by 10 pt *)
     YFrameTextNudge -> {10, 0} (* shift right by 10 pt *)
   ]
 }
 ]

enter image description here

SciDraw of course draws its own frames and requires working in (and learning) its own framework. It will not help in changing the position of standard frame labels.