I’m struggling to fit a lot of subplots into one plot.

When I have few plots, it looks fine with nicely separated sub-plots:

```
gr(;size = (300,200), thickness_scaling = .5)
plot([plot(curveset[x]) for x in 1:6]..., layout = (2,3),link= :all)
```

But when I stuff 16x24 plots together, the axes labels move away and overlap with the adjacent sub-plot:

```
gr(;size = (2400,1600), thickness_scaling = .5)
plot([plot(curveset[x]) for x in 1:384]..., layout = (16,24),link= :all)
```

It is probably just some option, I’m missing, but I’m not able to find it.

Help will be much appreciated.

Here’s how to generate the example plots:

```
using Printf, Distributions, Plots
struct Curve
title::String
t::Vector{Float64}
y::Vector{Float64}
end
wells = [@sprintf("%s%.2d", a,i) for a in 'A':'P' for i in 1:24];
curveset = [Curve(tit, 0:9, 3 .*(1 .- exp.(-(0:9) ./2)) .+ rand(Normal(0, .1),10)) for tit in wells];
@recipe function f(c::Curve)
title := c.title
label := ""
@series begin
seriestype := :scatter
c.t, c.y
end
@series begin
seriestype := :line
c.t, c.y
end
end
gr(;size = (2400,1600), thickness_scaling = .5)
plot([plot(curveset[x]) for x in 1:384]..., layout = (16,24),link= :all)
```