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@skan It's a non-breaking space. The subfigures don't stay next to each other when there is an empty line between them, so the space was added. Alternatively you could omit that line – it would just give you different horizontal spacing between the subfigures. – V02460 Nov 26 '17 at 15:49. To create subfigure in latex, you can use both \begin{minipage} \end{minipage} and \begin{subfigure} \end{subfigure} block to insert subfigures or sub-images. Subfigurs are generally inserted horizontally in one or multiple rows. Here, some example codes with output screenshots are provided in the following. Add subfigures horizontally.

Aug 28, 2007 · If the horizontal margins are exceeded, Latex will automatically place the sub-figure onto the next line. Subfigure differs from minipage in that you cannot choose the space between two figures, but it is determined automatically, depending on the figure size. I am interested to make a figure with multiple subfigures. By some search I found different ways but not working for me. May be I am using shareLatex and others use proper Latex (I don't know very much difference so sorry if I say something odd).

Subfigures in LaTeX. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Abstract This article documents the LATEX package ‘subfigure’, which provides sup- port for the inclusion of small, ‘sub’, figures and tables. It simplifies the positioning, captioning and labeling of such objects within a single figure or tableenvironment.Cited by: 5.