# 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) | … |

⋰ | ⋮ | ⋮ | ⋮ | ⋱ |