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How can I subplot images close to eachother using subplot?

Asked by Teemu on 28 Feb 2013

How can I subplot images close to eachother using subplot? Now I have plotted 20 images to same figure and space between images is too big.

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Answer by Daniel on 28 Feb 2013

Copy subplot.m and edit line 128 (or there abouts)

    inset = [.02, .018, .004, .01]; % [left bottom right top]

to be values more to your liking. Either save the new file as subplot.m (which will affect all subplots) or something new (e.g., tightsubplot) and use that when you want tight subplots.

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