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I would like to be able to align the left and right
hand sides of 3 separate plots that are presented
in a vertical column. This is to allow direct visual
comparison at the same x value across all graphs. The
problem I have is that with different y axis lables
and ranges on the left, the width of the vertical axis
varies, (similarly) as does the width of the legends
on the right.
They all have exactly the same min/max x axis values,
but I must put them on different plots because you
can't mix plot types on 1 plot (and their ranges
are very different anyway).
Is there a simple way to force them all to be
vertically aligned on the left and right ? I was
thinking sbout putting the plot regions all in the
same panel, or precalculating the largest common plot
region width, vertical axis, and legend BEFORE drawing
anything, but that didn't look like a simple change.
Thanks for a nice piece of software.
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