Matlab's standard "subplot" function leaves large blank spaces around the plot boxes and gives the user no control over them. Spaceplots is an elementary function to get control over these spaces. I wanted to save space by making tight subplots, so I wrote this function. Thought it will be useful to others too.
>> Create your figure first, and then use spaceplots. It is a very non-intrusive function.
>> Works well with all subplot arrangements (including a mixture of large and small plots)
>> Preserves the axes line-up in the grid by manipulating insets properly
>> Does not work with multiple plots created in a figure by any function other than the Matlab default "subplot" function.
I hope the function is simple enough for anyone to rectify errors or make changes that suit them.