# 10.1.3. Creating subplots (multiple axes in a single plot window)ΒΆ

File 03-subplot.py in folder demo/plotting/

```import pyopus.plotter as pyopl
from numpy import arange, sin, cos, exp, pi, e

if __name__ == '__main__':
# Initialize gui thread, clean up.
pyopl.init()
pyopl.close()

# Plot data - sin(x), cos(x), exp(x/pi) .. for x in [0, 2pi] with 0.2 step.
x = arange(0.0, 2*pi, 0.2)
y1 = sin(x)
y2 = cos(x)
y3 = exp(x/pi)

# Plot window
f1=pyopl.figure(windowTitle="Subplots", figpx=(600,600), dpi=100)

# Lock GUI
pyopl.lock(True)

# Check if figure is alive
if pyopl.alive(f1):
# Create 2 subplots, vertical stack of 2

# First axes
ax1.plot(x, y1, '-o', label='sin(x)', color=(1,0,0))
ax1.plot(x, 2*y1, '-o', label='2sin(x)', color=(1,0,0))
ax1.grid(True)
ax1.set_xlabel('x')
ax1.set_ylabel('sin(x), 2sin(x)')
# Titles on vertically stacked axes are a bad idea, because they overlap with x-axis labels.
# ax1.set_title('Axes 1')

# Second axes
ax2.plot(x, y1, '-', label='sin(x)', color=(1,0,0))
ax2.plot(x, y2, '-', label='cos(x)', color=(0,1,0))
ax2.grid(True)
ax2.set_xlabel('x')
ax2.set_ylabel('sin(x), cos(x)')
# ax2.set_title('Axes 2')

# Delete axes
# f1.delaxes(ax2)

# Clear axes
# ax1.clear()

# Draw figure on screen
pyopl.draw(f1)

# Unlock GUI
pyopl.lock(False)

# Handle keyboard interrupts properly.
pyopl.join()
```