Till now I mostly used Origin to create scientific plots for my documents but have recently decided to learn a vector graphics language which enables me to produce more beautiful looking plots with LaTeX. The search came down to the usual suspect TikZ/PGF and Asymptote. I'm inclined to decide for Asymptote because as far as I can see both languages are capable of nearly everything when it comes to plotting functions and data in 2D but Asymptote seems to have better 3D capabilities (i.e. interactive 3D plots are quite interesting). So much for my situation and state of knowledge.
My question arises from my inability to find examples produced with Asymptote that include plot-matrices (I'm not sure whether this is the official name or not. I mean several plots stacked above and/or beside one another.). With PGF/TikZ this can be achieved by using the
groupplots library as can be seen in the answer to this question. As I need to make those plots rather frequently I need to know whether Asymptote is easily capable of producing those plots or not. If it would be very complicated to create such plots then I might be better off with PGF/TikZ. Thanks for your help.