How can I use the command 'tiledlayout' inside a loop

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How I can I use 'tiledlayout' if I need to plot two graphs with each one has multiple graphs? I was using subplot but the white space area is too much. Is there any other command for this? I also need to generate PDF finally.

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the cyclist
the cyclist on 12 May 2022
The key is to create two different figures, each of which you can build up a tiled layout.
Here is a trivial example of two figures, each of which has three tiles:
rng default
numberFigures = 2;
fig_handles = zeros(numberFigures,1);
for nf = 1:numberFigures
fig_handles(nf) = figure;
tiledlayout(3,1);
nexttile
plot(rand(5))
nexttile
plot(rand(7))
nexttile
plot(rand(11))
end
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the cyclist
the cyclist on 15 May 2022
You can use the exportgraphics command to write multiple figures to a single PDF.
Here is an example, based on my other code, that writes two figures to PDF, where each figure is a tiled layout of four plots.
rng default
numberFigures = 2;
numberTiles = 4;
fig_handles = zeros(numberFigures,1);
for nf = 1:numberFigures
fig_handles(nf) = figure;
t = tiledlayout(numberTiles,1);
for nt = 1:numberTiles
nexttile
plot(rand(5)) % This is just an example. Use your simulation to make the plot.
end
exportgraphics(t,'myplots.pdf','Append',true)
end

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