Date: Dec 16, 2012 5:05 AM
Author: emammendes@gmail.com
Subject: Re: How can a sub picture be resized with a Row?
Hello

I found my mistake. ImageSize->{400,200}.

Many thanks

Ed

On Dec 16, 2012, at 4:06 AM, Eduardo MAM Mendes <emammendes@me.com> =

wrote:

> Hello

>

> In the following example the phase plot is smaller when compared to =

the magnitude plot. I have tried =

{ImageSize->{400,200},ImageSize->{400,200}} as argument but it did not =

work. How can the two pictures showed at the same size?

>

> Manipulate[Row[{NicholsPlot[Subsuperscript[(k/(s (s^2+s+1))

>

> ), , =

\[ScriptCapitalT]],Mesh->{{0.45,0.72,0.9,1.0,1.2}},MeshStyle->Directive[Po=

intSize[Large],Red],PlotRange->{{-210,-60},{-24,18}},NicholsGridLines->Aut=

omatic,Frame->True,StabilityMargins->True,StabilityMarginsStyle->{Blue,Blu=

e},ImageSize->{600,400}],BodePlot[Subsuperscript[(k/(s (s^2+s+1))

>

> ), , \[ScriptCapitalT]],StabilityMargins->True,StabilityMarginsStyle =

->Red,GridLines->Automatic,PlotLabel->{"Magnitude","Phase" =

},AxesLabel->{{"j\[Omega]","dB"},{"j\[Omega]","dB"}},ImageSize->{400,200}]=

}],{{k,0.64},0,10,Appearance->"Labeled"}]

>

> Many thanks

>

> Ed

>

>