Rebecca Beaudoin, MathWorks
Learn how to use
tiledlayout to create subplots in MATLAB.
tiledlayout creates a tiled chart layout for displaying multiple plots in the current figure. The layout has a fixed m-by-n tile arrangement that can display up to m*n plots. If there is no figure, MATLAB® creates a figure and places the layout into it. If the current figure contains an existing layout, MATLAB replaces that layout with a new one.
tiledlayout('flow') specifies the 'flow' tile arrangement for the layout. Initially, there is only one empty tile that fills the entire layout. As you call nexttile, the layout reflows as needed to accommodate the new axes while maintaining an aspect ratio of roughly 4:3 for all the tiles.
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