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[Orgmode] Subfloats in LaTeX

From: Tim Burt
Subject: [Orgmode] Subfloats in LaTeX
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 08:27:39 -0400

Raffi ---

The answer addresses the question behind "I've never tried to do this in
LaTeX", where 'this' is a group of figures.  

> Dear community,
> How do I stick a group of figures together (i.e. so that I have Fig. 1
> and then a, b, c)?
The short answer is to use the ~\subfloat~ command from the =subfig=
package.  The package can be found on CTAN at

The following LaTeX document source demonstrates the technique,
including how to identify and reference subfigures.
#+begin_src latex

  \subfloat[Red eye, up horn.]{\includegraphics[width=0.33\textwidth]{nrocinu}}
  \subfloat[[Geometric, left-looking (and a bit 
  \subfloat[More depth of 
  \caption{The changing styles of the org-mode unicorn.}
The unicorns in Figure~\ref{fig:all} are the JPEG versions found on
Figure~\ref{fig:all}\subref{fig:curr} is the current form on


> Alternatively, is there a way I can keep images inline and yet use
> captions? Whenever I add a #+CAPTION:, it's turned into \figure and
> floating is turned on.
> What I'm trying to do is make a section that consists of a sequence of images.
> I've searched the orgmode manual but can't figure out a way short of
> generating the LaTeX file and editing it directly (hardly ideal!).
> That said, I've never tried to do this in LaTeX  so I guess it may not
> be possible (although it would surprise me!).
> Thank you very much,
> - Raffi.

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