In PyPlot, I can output a figure with a specific size containing an axis in the figure with a specific size using the code:
using PyPlot fig_width = 4.0 fig_height = 3.0 fig = figure( figsize = (fig_width, fig_height) ) ax = plt.axes( [0.5,0.5,0.1,0.1] ) ax.plot( [0,1] , [0,1] ) savefig("pyplot_output.pdf")
This will create a pdf that is 4 inches wide and 3 inches high, and an axis that has its lower left corner in the middle of the figure and is 10% of the figure wide and 10% of the figure high.
Is it possible to to achieve the same outcome using Plots.jl with the PGFPlotsX backend? I.e., can I 1: Specify the output size of the figure? 2: Specify the relative size of the axis within the figure?
I feel a bit silly asking such a basic question, but even after reading the Plots.jl documentation and Googling around, I could not figure out how to do this.