Often we combine related graphics to help us better understand a problem. We do this for poster talks in research (though we include text). Many info-graphics also do this as do this as do dashboards.
The problem is I don't know the proper term for Combining related graphics, including static graphs.
lattice, faceting, or trellis graphics (A subset of what Tufte called multiples) in which data is split into two or more grouping variables, are not what I'm talking about as each facet is the same type of graph as the others. What I mean is the act of combining related graphs usually without text as we do in a poster.
Here's an example in
ggplot2 where someone has combined multiple graphics around a particular event:
I accomplish this with
layout (sometimes) in R.
I'm inclined to call this a dashboard as an info-graphic could be this type of display but an info-graphic may only have a single graph (I tend to think most all graphs are info-graphs).
This web site says that Stephen Few says this about dashboards:
A dashboard is a visual display of the most important information needed to achieve one or more objectives; consolidated and arranged on a single screen so the information can be monitored at a glance.
This seems closest of the terms I'm throwing around but am uncertain. It implies that the display should be on a computer. My description is not limited to computer, for example I could display this on printed paper in a magazine. Perhaps there's a better term(s) than dashboard.
What is the term(s) used for combining different type (i.e., not faceted), yet related, graphs into a single display?