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Shahrin Islam on 28 Jul 2018
Commented: Shahrin Islam on 28 Jul 2018
[ha, pos] = tight_subplot(3,2,[.01 .03],[.1 .01],[.01 .01]) for ii = 1:6; axes(ha(ii)); plot(randn(10,ii)); end set(ha(1:4),'XTickLabel',''); set(ha,'YTickLabel','')
Hello. I am a new learner. I need to concise my subplot. Please help me with my code attached following. I don't understand how can I use the above function with my code. Please help me.
% Display the original Image image = imread('boardday.jpg'); % Read Colour Image and convert it to a grey level Image myimage = rgb2gray(image); figure; subplot(2,1,1); imshow(image); title ({'Original';' Image'}); subplot(2,1,2); imshow(myimage);title({'Gray Scale';'Image'});

jonas on 28 Jul 2018
Edited: jonas on 28 Jul 2018
First, type
help tight_subplot
Then, when you understand the syntax: create the axes using the function and change subplot(...,ax) to axes(ha(ax)), where ax is the subplot you want to make the current axes

Shahrin Islam on 28 Jul 2018
I am a new leaner. Please do it with my code attached. It's a humble request. I
jonas on 28 Jul 2018
I understand. The most important thing you can learn as a beginner is to find information on your own, as you are likely to encounter many new functions. Nevertheless, here is something that works for your code:
[ha, pos] = tight_subplot(2,1,[.01 .03],[.1 .01],[.01 .01])
image = imread('peppers.png'); % Read Colour Image and convert it to a grey level Image
myimage = rgb2gray(image);
axes(ha(1))
imshow(image);
title ({'Original';' Image'});
axes(ha(2))
imshow(myimage);
title({'Gray Scale';'Image'});
set(ha,'visible','off')
Shahrin Islam on 28 Jul 2018
Thank you so much for the help. It gave my desired results. Actually I have been working on this for last 2 days but could not solve it. Next time I will work harder. Thanks again.