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3 subfigures in a row, different sizes. How to manually adjust the spaces in beween?

I want three subfigures to be shown next to each other so that the subcaptions of all three subfigures are equally 'wide'. I'm experiencing 2 problems. Since my middle subfigure is a lot smaller, ...
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Maximise vertical space between subfigures with \subcaption

I have 2 subfigures vertically arranged using the subcaption package. I can set the vertical space between the 2 to something specific (using \bigskip or \vspace), but I would like to put as much ...
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Stacking floats vertically

How do I stack say three floats on top of each other vertically such that the height of each plot is approximately the third of the text height of the page? (i.e. so they all fit including captions ...
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Leaving no space between subfigures using package subcaption

I want to draw a figure consisting of multiple subfigures. For this, I am using the subcaption package, since the LaTeX Wikibook suggests here that both subfigure and subfig are deprecated. The ...
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How to set a fixed (or remove) whitespace border around subfloat when using subcaption package [closed]

Say for example I have the following code for a double-column article: \begin{figure*} \centering \begin{subfigure}[t]{0.96\textwidth} \centering ...
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hyperref causes a gap between the figure and subcaption with memoir

I'm experiencing a strange problem with memoir subfigure captions together with hyperref. Below is a working example: \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{hyperref} \newsubfloat{figure} ...
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Setup for sub-captions for two sub-figures one below the other

I am using the caption and subcaption packages to create sub-figures in a document. I have two cases of sub-figures: Two sub-figures side-by-side. For this, the captioning is excellent. Two ...