I am creating multiple plots in this generic way:
plot(p1,p2,p3, layout=grid(1,3, widths=(4/9,4/9,1/9)), size=(900,350))
My problem is that all of the plots p1,p2,p3 have already been given good sizes.
When plotted each individually, they appear exactly as I wishes.
However, when plotted together with some layout and global size, they are not exactly plotted as before.
For example, the multiline titles overfill the plot frame below, the sizes are not exactly as I wish, even the aspect ratio is different.
Is it possible to arrange a multiple plot is such a way that it juxtaposes the subplots with the size, aspect ratio and everyting as originally defined? And sizing the plot and the heights and the widths as needed. The layout and the size should then be automatically adjusted to render the subplots as by their original definitions.
As an alternative, I imagined saving the original subplots in jpeg files and then displaying them in a multiple plot. But even so, I expect some troubles with the sizes. But it might help a little bit.
How do manage such things?
Thanks for your suggestions,