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24 Dec 1998 stackfigs.m display multiple figures simultaneously by stacking all open figures. Author: Charles Plum development environme..., display, figure, multiple, stack, stacked 16 1
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24 Dec 1998 tilefigs.m Display multiple figures simultaneously by tiling the screen with all open figures. Author: Charles Plum development environme..., display, multiple, figure, tile, tiling 45 12
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08 Nov 2012 tilefigs.m Display multiple figures simultaneously by tiling the screen with all open figures. Author: Charles Plum Brendan

See http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/38581-tilefigs

for a version which implements many of the suggestions in the comments

14 Mar 2012 tilefigs.m Display multiple figures simultaneously by tiling the screen with all open figures. Author: Charles Plum Murat

useful function, the overlap problem can be walked around by modifying the line 72

30 Nov 2011 tilefigs.m Display multiple figures simultaneously by tiling the screen with all open figures. Author: Charles Plum Logan

Improvement, so that rows and cols are not limited to the same number (ie with 12 figures this will give you a 3x4 grid):

Change line 35 to
ncols = ceil(numfigs/nrows);

07 May 2010 tilefigs.m Display multiple figures simultaneously by tiling the screen with all open figures. Author: Charles Plum Ben

Good program!

To get rid of the figure overlap in later revisions of Matlab, just subtrac 30 from ylen. An easy way to do this is to change line 68 to:

set(hands(pnum),'Position',[ xpos ypos xlen ylen-30 ]); % move figure

26 Mar 2010 tilefigs.m Display multiple figures simultaneously by tiling the screen with all open figures. Author: Charles Plum Emery

As mentioned earlier, there is a slight overlap issue in later revisions, but this is a minor issue. Thanks!

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