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plotSave of a set of subplots.
As per the manual, plotSave “Saves the last created graph to a user specified file type.” But when there is a set of subplots, how to save the whole set as, say, a PDF file? Manually, I can use Export Graph, but is there a command to do this?
The command plotSave treats the entire graph tab as one image–all subplots or custom regions included. The code below illustrates this:
x = seqa(1, 1, 10); for i(1, 4, 1); y = rndn(rows(x), 1); plotLayout(2, 2, i); plotScatter(x, y); endfor; plotClearLayout(); plotSave("sample.pdf", 30|18);
After running this code snippet you should have a file sample.pdf in your current working directory that shows all four supblots.