New function tiledlayout problems

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Nikolaos Zafirakis
Nikolaos Zafirakis on 20 Sep 2019
Answered: Reshma Nerella on 29 Oct 2020
I'm trying to use this new function tiledlayout however every time I use it, I get errors described in the code. Does anyone know a way around this? Thanks in advance!
tiledlayout(2,1); % get 100 plots
tp = theaterPlot('XLimit',[-2 2],'YLimit',[-2 2],'ZLimit',[-2 2]);
op1 = orientationPlotter(tp,'DisplayName','Rotation_Matrix1');
% if its here
% tiledlayout(2,1); % error: The layout does not have sufficient space.
for ind = 1:length(x)
% tiledlayout(2,1); % It does not make the second graph
nexttile
plot(x,y)
nexttile
% if I put these here I get 100 graphs
% tp = theaterPlot('XLimit',[-2 2],'YLimit',[-2 2],'ZLimit',[-2 2]);
% op1 = orientationPlotter(tp,'DisplayName','Rotation_Matrix1');
plotOrientation(op1,Rotation_Matrix1(:,:,ind))
drawnow
end
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Andrew
Andrew on 16 Oct 2019
Also having the same problem. Did you figure out a solution?

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Answers (2)

Bruno
Bruno on 11 Apr 2020
I guess you are trying to plot 100 plots in a grid of 2x1, which only could contain 2 plots. I guess you want to make tiledlayout(50,2)

Reshma Nerella
Reshma Nerella on 29 Oct 2020
Hi,
tiledlayout(m,n) % Gives you m*n plots
tiledlayout(2,1) % Gives you only 2 plots
Since you want 100 plots, you should give m,n values such that m*n = 100
For more information and examples on tiledlayout, refer to the documentation page: tiledlayout

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