# Tables of graphics?

I recall seeing a function that would allow one to make a table (or a series) of graphics. For example, if I wanted to display 10 plots in a series, how would I do this?

Thanks in advance.

Tables of graphics?

I recall seeing a function that would allow one to make a table (or a series) of graphics. For example, if I wanted to display 10 plots in a series, how would I do this?

Thanks in advance.

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Hello,

You can use **graphics_array** as in

```
sage: G = [plot((lambda x: sin(n*x))) for n in xrange(1,5*pi,pi)]
sage: graphics_array(G)
```

and precise the number of rows and columns you want

```
sage: graphics_array(G,2,2)
```

For more information on options

```
sage: graphics_array?
```

Vincent

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2010-12-10 17:37:13 -0500
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Last updated: **Dec 10 '10**

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