# matplotlib Multiple Plots Grid of Subplots using subplot

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## Example

``````"""
================================================================================
CREATE A 2 BY 2 GRID OF SUB-PLOTS WITHIN THE SAME FIGURE.
================================================================================
"""
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

# The data
x = [1,2,3,4,5]
y1 = [0.59705847, 0.25786401, 0.63213726, 0.63287317, 0.73791151]
y2 = [1.19411694, 0.51572803, 1.26427451, 1.26574635, 1.47582302]
y3 = [0.86793828, 0.07563408, 0.67670068, 0.78932712, 0.0043694]                                # 5 more random values
y4 = [0.43396914, 0.03781704, 0.33835034, 0.39466356, 0.0021847]

# Initialise the figure and a subplot axes. Each subplot sharing (showing) the
# same range of values for the x and y axis in the plots.
fig, axes = plt.subplots(2, 2, figsize=(8, 6), sharex=True, sharey=True)

# Set the title for the figure
fig.suptitle('This is the Figure Title', fontsize=15)

# Top Left Subplot
axes[0,0].plot(x, y1)
axes[0,0].set_title("Plot 1")

# Top Right Subplot
axes[0,1].plot(x, y2)
axes[0,1].set_title("Plot 2")

# Bottom Left Subplot
axes[1,0].plot(x, y3)
axes[1,0].set_title("Plot 3")

# Bottom Right Subplot
axes[1,1].plot(x, y4)
axes[1,1].set_title("Plot 4")

plt.show()

``````