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How to combine graphics

Posted 10 years ago

I drew 4 plots of a mathematical equation in my mathematica notebook, but I need to combine thses 4 plots in to a single graph showing all four.

I use the syntax - Show[{fig1,fig2,fig3,fig4}, PlotRange-> Automatic] but I'm unable to combine them into one.

i'm returned with this output - show::gcomb: "Could not combine the graphics objects in Show[{fig1,fig2,fig3,fig4},PlotRange->Automatic]"

and I get this error- Coordinate Skeleton[328] should be a pair of numbers, or a Scaled or Offset form.

I'm attaching my notebook file for your references, kindly check it out and help me as soon as possible.

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POSTED BY: Gaurav Pandey
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I had no trouble combining the plots, when i evaluated your notebook (as downloaded) in Mma 7. Please consider adding Clear["Global`*"] at the begining of your notebook in case its having trouble with some predefined functions or variables.

Clear["Global`*"];
POSTED BY: Isaac Abraham
Posted 10 years ago

No problem in 10 either, when executed in a fresh kernel.

POSTED BY: David Keith
Posted 10 years ago

can any one of you kindly upload the mathematical notebook file which have all the plots combined into one. I tried as u suggested but still I couldn't combine all the graphs in one.

POSTED BY: Gaurav Pandey
Posted 10 years ago

kindly upload the mathematical notebook file which have all the plots combined into one.

POSTED BY: Gaurav Pandey

Works fine, no problem in MMA9.

POSTED BY: Jos Klaps

Attaching the original notebook evaluated in Mma 7.

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POSTED BY: Isaac Abraham
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