How to plot and print two graphs in a same page?

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I have been trying two put two graphs in a single make and make it PDF. But the border of the pages is not equal on all the sides and the grpahs are tend to shift. the positions of the graphs are dictated by the 'PaperPosition' command which is applied after the 2nd graph. I need both the grpah on the same page with equal border margin and grpah lengths (height and width). I have added the code for clarification. Is there any way that I can use to solve the problem. The code is given below:
p=1
x=rand(90,1)
subplot(2,1,1)
plot(x)
grid on;
grid minor;
str = sprintf('Random data for experiment');
xlabel({'X-axis',str});
ylabel('Y-axis');
t=0:0.01:4*pi
f=1
y=5*sin(2*pi*f*t)
subplot(2,1,2)
plot(t,y)
grid on;
grid minor
str = sprintf('Sinewave for experiment');
xlabel({'Time(s)',str});
ylabel('Voltage(v)');
x_width1=8.7;
y_width1=11;
set(gcf, 'PaperPosition', [-0.1 0.4 x_width1 y_width1]);
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ANANTA BIJOY BHADRA
ANANTA BIJOY BHADRA on 20 Apr 2022
Solved the problem by myself. Had to set position and x_width and y_width properly. Used 'saveas' command to save the figures as PDF. Thank you all.

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Richard Quist
Richard Quist on 30 Apr 2022
If you're using R2020a or later, you might want to try the exportgraphics command, which produces tightly cropped output (eliminating excess white space) in most cases. For PDF and other vector output formats (like EPS), you can ensure this by specifying the ContentType parameter:
% In R2020a and later, use the exportgraphics command and specify the 'ContentType' as 'vector':
exportgraphics(fig, 'output.pdf', 'ContentType', 'vector');

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