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I have two figure in my output result but I want to show both figure in a single figure, How can I ?

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S on 10 Aug 2013
Answered: Farhad Sedaghati on 17 Jul 2015
I have two figure in my output result but I want to show both figure in a single figure, How can I ?
figure; figure;
in output there are two figure but I want to club/combine both figure in a figure1/figure2, How can I?

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 10 Aug 2013
You can use hold on command

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S on 10 Aug 2013
using hold on it is giving result in same plot but i need result to be shown as subplot, is it possible that after making two figure 1 figure 2 and then to club in a single figure 1 or 2 ?

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per isakson
per isakson on 10 Aug 2013
Search the FEX:
and possibly more

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S on 11 Aug 2013
ok now I got in a single window 5 figure using
x = -9*pi:.001:9*pi;
y = sin(x)./x;
subfigure(3,2,[1 2],'menubar','none')
plot(x,y)
y2 = cos(x)./x;
subfigure(3,2,[5 6],'menubar','none')
plot(x,y2),ylim([-1 1])
subfigure(3,4,[6 7],'menubar','none')
plot(x,1./y),ylim([-200 200])
[x,y,z] = peaks(40);
H = subfigure(3,4,{5 8},'menubar','none');
mesh(H(3),x,y,z)
surf(H(4),x,y,z)
How can I save as it is /mean in a single window without taking screenshot mean in other format like pdf or jpeg?

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Farhad Sedaghati
Farhad Sedaghati on 17 Jul 2015
This following function helps you to put several fig files next to each other as subplots: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/51236-subplot It is important to note that all the saved fig file should be 2D and single plot (No subplots)

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