How to give one x and y axis label when using tiled layout('flow')?

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I am using tiled layout('flow') to plot a series of 20 plots on one figure. I want to have just one x and one y label for the entire figure, but when I try using the following code I get a figure that plots every subplot over each other.
figure()
t=tiledlayout('flow');
autoCorr = zeros(ceil(length(dataSource)),N);
lag = zeros(ceil(length(dataSource)),N);
for ii=1:N
[autoCorr(:,ii),lag(:,ii)] = autocorrelation(dataSource(:,ii));
nexttile(t)
plot(lag(:,ii),autoCorr(:,ii))
end
title(t,'title')
xlabel(t,'xlabel')
ylabel(t,'ylabel')
When I use this code the plot works fine but I'm not sure how to add the x and y axis labels.
autoCorr = zeros(ceil(length(dataSource)),N);
lag = zeros(ceil(length(dataSource)),N);
figure()
tiledlayout('flow')
for ii=1:N
[autoCorr(:,ii),lag(:,ii)] = autocorrelation(dataSource(:,ii));
nexttile
plot(lag(:,ii),autoCorr(:,ii))
% xlim([100,fmax])
end

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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre 2022-10-4
Use the xlabel and ylabel functions with the first input being your tiled layout object. The code below is taken from this example.
t = tiledlayout(2,2,'TileSpacing','Compact');
% Tile 1
nexttile
plot(rand(1,20))
title('Sample 1')
% Tile 2
nexttile
plot(rand(1,20))
title('Sample 2')
% Tile 3
nexttile
plot(rand(1,20))
title('Sample 3')
% Tile 4
nexttile
plot(rand(1,20))
title(t,'Size vs. Distance')
xlabel(t,'Distance (mm)')
ylabel(t,'Size (mm)')
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Eric J
Eric J 2022-12-25
Actually I tested the example you provided again and it works now. It seems there is some issue with my code in plotting. Thanks!

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