# Plot Figures in two columns

If I have stored 6 different figures in a command "decon" so that if I use decon[] I plot the first figure and if I use decon[] I plot the second figure and so on. The "decon" storage of the figures was obtained using the command AppendTo

Question:

Given this, how can I organize the figures in columns and put them with "a", "b", "c" and so on as the figure below for my an example of 4 particular figures (I would like all 6 of them in the same fashion): If I use Grid[{decon[[1 ;; 2]], decon[[3 ;; 4]]}] as suggested by @Jagra, I get very compacted plots where it is difficult to see them: How can i solve this?

• Using "GraphicsGrid", you may write e.g.: gr = Table[ Plot[Sin[i x], {x, 0, Pi}, Epilog -> Inset[StringForm["Number= ", i], {.4, 1}]], {i, 4}]; GraphicsGrid[Partition[gr, 2]] – Daniel Huber Nov 1 '20 at 19:55

## 2 Answers

decon Grid[{
decon[[1 ;; 2]],
decon[[3 ;; 4]]
}] ResourceFunction, PlotGrid can give you additional functionality. (Nod to: @ Rohit's answer to: Stacked time series plot)

As example, which you can apply...

ResourceFunction["PlotGrid"][
{
{Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}, Frame -> True, PlotLabel -> "Some Label"],
Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}, Frame -> True, PlotLabel -> "Some Label"]},
{Plot[x^2, {x, 0, 1}, Frame -> True, PlotLabel -> "Some Label"],
Plot[x^2, {x, 0, 1}, Frame -> True, PlotLabel -> "Some Label"]}
}, Spacings -> {0, 30}
]


The ResourceFunction for PlotGrid makes some things easier related to having rows or columns of plots share axis information if you want something like that. • Hi Jagra! Thank you for your answer. When I use that I get very compacted plots (see above where I edited my question to include your answer). How can I solve this? – John Nov 1 '20 at 20:24
• @John, simply set ImageSize of the Plots to a size you want. – Jagra Nov 1 '20 at 20:38
• Thank you very much Jagra. It works ! – John Nov 1 '20 at 20:50
• Jagra, it might be useful for others to see how PlotGrid can automate the labeling too. Just a suggestion that if you could clarify how this might be possible, it would be useful to others? – CA Trevillian Nov 22 '20 at 6:40
• @CATrevillian -- Interesting, but I can't say I've looked at doing it. If you you have, feel free to add to the answer to improve it. – Jagra Nov 22 '20 at 17:36

Normally, display functions such as Column, Grid and Row automatically reduce the size of graphics. However, there's a simple option, ImageSizeMultipliers, that adjusts the size of the graphics. For example, Grid normally reduces the size of graphics:

SeedRandom
{g1, g2, g3, g4} =
Table[ListPlot[RandomReal[10, {20, 2}], Joined -> True], {i, 4}];
Grid[{{g1, g2}, {g3, g4}}] Use the ImageSizeMultipliers style option to adjust the size of the graphics in the grid.

Grid[{{g1, g2}, {g3, g4}},
BaseStyle -> ImageSizeMultipliers -> {1., 1.}] 