In the Mathematica Book 5 there is an example under Graphics and Sound. First they generate 3 plots and then display them like so:

Show[GraphicsArray[{{gh0, gjy},{gj1, gjy}]]

I realize that GraphicsArray has been replaced by GraphicsGrid. So the previous expression now is:

Show[GraphicsGrid[{{gh0, gjy},{gj1, gjy}]]

The next step is:

Show[%, Frame->True, FrameTicks-> None]

This should put a frame around the whole array of plots. Instead I get this:

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I don't want that box in the middle. I wast a frame around the whole Array. How is this now done?

  • $\begingroup$ plot = Plot[x Sin[# x], {x, 0, 2 Pi}] & /@ Range[4]; Multicolumn[plot, 2, Frame -> True] $\endgroup$ – OkkesDulgerci Dec 5 '18 at 0:05

Use the option Frame in GraphicsGrid:

{gh0, gjy, gj1, gjy} = Plot[x Sin[# x], {x, 0, 2 Pi}] & /@ Range[4];
GraphicsGrid[{{gh0, gjy}, {gj1, gjy}}, Frame -> True]

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