Solution for How to center graphs in a plot in R?

is Given Below:

I´ve the following figure

and I´d like to have the two graphs of the third line centered. I´ve trying to get it using packages like `cowplot`

and *grid_arrange* from `ggplot2`

but with no success because they change their width to fit with the width of the other two rows (like in this example,

Is it possible to have the last two graphs centered without changing their width?

Thanks

Not the most elegant code, but it works. AFAIK there is a package where you can specify for each plot the size and location, but I haven’t found it. I only used `cowplot`

and function `plot_grid`

Generating plot

```
x <- rnorm(100)
y <- x * 2 + rnorm(100)
plt.df <- data.frame(x, y)
p <- ggplot(plt.df, aes(x = x, y = y)) + geom_point()
```

Arranging them in grids

```
cowplot::plot_grid(
cowplot::plot_grid(p, p, p, p, p, p, ncol = 3, nrow = 2),
cowplot::plot_grid(NULL, p, p, NULL, rel_widths = c(0.5, 1, 1, 0.5), nrow = 1),
nrow = 2,
rel_heights = c(2, 1)
)
```

I first define a grid of 6 plots as usual. I then define a grid of 4 plots, two of them are null, and use the `rel_widths`

parameter to determine their size.

To combine all of them I again invoke `plot_grid`

, which accepts the two previous grids. Now define the `rel_heights`

parameter to make sure they are all similar in size (since there are two grids, one with twice more plots than the other, then the ratio should be 2).