The following script generates two unrelated plots that I desire to place into one plot pane, or possibly two plot panes. I do not want them to lay on top of each other because they are unrelated ie. (sub plots will not work).
My environment is: Windows, Atom, Plots, and plotlyjs.
using Plots plotlyjs() plot(Plots.fakedata(50,5),w=3, show = true) sleep(20.) plot([sin,cos], 0, 2*π, show = true) gui()
I have tried all kinds combinations to get the two plots in one gui() window, or one plot in each of two gui() windows. As I recall from R, and RStudio you could name your plot panes and put a separate plot in each one. I tried this in Julia, but it does not seem to work. In my example script above the the second plot replaces the first plot after 20 seconds which is strictly a work around.
Can anyone provide input on how this might be accomplished…Thanks Archie