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I used R programming to produce separate 30 Bar Chart plots. The x-axis scale is the same for the 30 plots (11 bins), but y-axis is different.

I want to present these results in a limited work of pages.

Is there a way, for example, a plot or any ideas that could help me to present the results instead of those 30 plots.

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    $\begingroup$ Please explain what is plotted on the x-axis and what is plotted on the y-axis. What role do "bins" have for plotting bar charts? Indeed, could you state what you mean by a "bar chart"? Are you using that as a synonym for "histogram" (which it is not)? $\endgroup$ – whuber Jan 25 '20 at 16:36
  • $\begingroup$ Can you post example data for people to work with? You can get really nice answers that way. You also need to provide some context, eg, what the variables mean & what you want to learn from them / show about them. $\endgroup$ – gung - Reinstate Monica Jan 29 '20 at 16:29
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Make 30 different plots, assign them each to their own object. Then arrange them in a 6 by 5 grid using gridExtra::grid.arrange() or cowplot::plot_grid()

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    $\begingroup$ This would be a great answer if the question were posted on Stack Overflow, but here we are expecting answers that address the second part of the question: "any ideas that could help me to present the results instead of those 30 plots.". $\endgroup$ – whuber Jan 25 '20 at 16:35

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