[OS X TeX] Multiple figures to a page
Maxwell, Adam R
adam.maxwell at pnl.gov
Mon Jan 5 12:40:53 EST 2009
On 01/05/09 09:18, "Nathan Paxton" <napaxton at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Here's what I would like to do. I have a document with multiple figures
> (generated in R). I would like to place some of these figures (e.g., the
> second and third ones) on the same page. Depending of course on the geometry
> of the figures, they would go top-bottom in portrait mode or side-side in
> landscape. How would I set it up so that I can get latex to generate them in
> this fashion?
> To clarify even further, the two figures are independent of one another, so
> they need separate captions, but they don't need any sort of super-caption.
Have you looked at the subfig package (`texdoc subfig`)? The first couple
pages have an example using a \parbox or \minipage that might be all you
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