Multiple graphs in one figure

This example shows how multiple graphs can be arranged in a single figure using the properties column (horizontal position) and row (vertical position) of a graph. The smallest column value corresponds to the leftmost graph, the smallest row value corresponds to the topmost graph within the figure. Note that row and column can also take negative integer values (this is useful, if you later decide to add a row/column without wanting to change all the values).

This table shows an overview of the positions as pairs of (column, row). In this example, the smallest value of column and row are both 0, respectively. Graph a corresponds to (0, 0) and graph f to (1, 2).

(0, 0) (1, 0) (2, 0)
(0, 1) (1, 1) (2, 1)