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Tear sheet plots all squeezed together

I'm running create_full_tear_sheet and the graphs are produced. However, they are all squeezed toghether "on the same page" making them very slim in order to fit. Of course i is totally unreadable. Does anyone else experience the same thing?

Any suggestions on where to look or what to change would be very helpful, I've only dabbled before with plots in Python.

Thank you!

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Hi Alexander, it's tough to debug without seeing the replication. Could you share here in the forums (by attaching a notebook) or email us at [email protected] with a PDF/link? If you can share other details such as your browser and screen size, that may help.

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Hi Alisa,

Thank you for your helping out with this question. I've e-mailed the resulting tear sheet so you can see the issue. I'll keep trying and see what happens.

/Alexander

I ran into the same problem as well.
Please let me know how I can fix this. Thx!