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How can I improve my code to keep the relative positionning and handle the case above where i want to represent 2 or 3 out of 4 pics ?

![HedgeSymbolic1.png](/image?hash=2c5ffc16196bfed1ea1354a1d5517b210ac93a6873d83c299eea7d47bbe6206b)

I can easily get individuals

But as I reference things relative to other picture position, I obviously get stuck when I want 2 out of 4 next to each other.

![HedgeSymbolic3.png](/image?hash=257ca285f5029c1956beaf168190062ef363eeac502d76ae47ecc15e6a688f25)


\documentclass[tikz]{standalone}
\usetikzlibrary{positioning}

\newcommand{\Tikzhedgesymbolic}[1]{

\newif\ifOne
\newif\ifTwo
\newif\ifThree
\newif\ifFour

#1
\tikzset{font=\sffamily,
Risk/.style={fill=brown!30,
draw=brown!70},
Hedge/.style={fill=blue!50,
dotted, fill opacity=0.3},
piclabel/.style 2 args=={text width = 6em,align=center,color=##1,,below =0.25 cm of ##2},
transformer/.style 2 args={draw, cylinder, gray!80, rotate=90, minimum height=##1, minimum width=##2},
Riskpic/.pic={\draw [Risk] (0,0)-- (2,0) -- (2,1) -- (0.90,0.85)  -- (1,3) --  (0.05,3) -- cycle;},
Hedge1/.pic={\draw [Hedge] (0,0) -- (1,0) -- (1,3) -- (0,3) -- cycle;},
Hedge2/.pic={\draw [Hedge] (0,0) -- (2,0) -- (2,3) -- (0,3) -- cycle;},
Hedge3/.pic={\draw [Hedge] (0,0) -- (2,0) -- (2,1) -- (1,1)  -- (1,3) -- (0,3) -- cycle;}
}
\ifOne
\pic[local bounding box=A] at (0,0) {Riskpic};
\node[piclabel,red,below =0.25 cm of A] {Risque};
\fi

\ifTwo
\pic[local bounding box=B] at (3,0) {Riskpic};
\pic at (3,0) {Hedge1};
\node[piclabel,below =0.25 cm of B] {Sous-hedge vanille};
\fi

\ifThree
\pic[local bounding box=C] at (6,0) {Riskpic};
\pic at (6,0) {Hedge2};
\node[piclabel, below =0.25 cm of C] {Sur-hedge vanille};
\fi

\ifFour
\pic[local bounding box=D] at (9,0) {Riskpic};
\pic at (9,0) {Hedge3};
\node[piclabel, below =0.25 cm of D, blue] {Hedge exotique};
\fi

}

\begin{document}
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{
\Onetrue
\Twotrue
\Threetrue
\Fourtrue
};

\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{\Onetrue\Fourtrue}; %<- I would like poth picture to be next to each other

\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{\Onetrue};
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{\Twotrue};
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{\Threetrue};
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{\Fourtrue};

\end{document}

user 3.14159
There are different ways to solve this. One is use a matrix. I also took the liberty to use /.is if. So you need only \Tikzhedgesymbolic{1,2,3,4} to get all of them. (It would be possible to extend this to \Tikzhedgesymbolic{1,...,4}, but as of now this is not built in.)

\documentclass[tikz]{standalone}
\usetikzlibrary{positioning}

\newcommand{\Tikzhedgesymbolic}[1]{
\newif\ifOne
\newif\ifTwo
\newif\ifThree
\newif\ifFour
\Onefalse\Twofalse\Threefalse\Fourfalse
\tikzset{1/.is if=One,2/.is if=Two,3/.is if=Three,4/.is if=Four,#1}
\tikzset{font=\sffamily,
Risk/.style={fill=brown!30,
draw=brown!70},
Hedge/.style={fill=blue!50,
dotted, fill opacity=0.3},
piclabel/.style 2 args=={text width = 6em,align=center,color=##1,,below =0.25 cm of ##2},
transformer/.style 2 args={draw, cylinder, gray!80, rotate=90, minimum height=##1, minimum width=##2},
Riskpic/.pic={\draw [Risk] (0,0)-- (2,0) -- (2,1) -- (0.90,0.85)  -- (1,3) --  (0.05,3) -- cycle;},
Hedge1/.pic={\draw [Hedge] (0,0) -- (1,0) -- (1,3) -- (0,3) -- cycle;},
Hedge2/.pic={\draw [Hedge] (0,0) -- (2,0) -- (2,3) -- (0,3) -- cycle;},
Hedge3/.pic={\draw [Hedge] (0,0) -- (2,0) -- (2,1) -- (1,1)  -- (1,3) -- (0,3) -- cycle;}
}
\matrix[ampersand replacement=\&,column sep=2em]{
\ifOne
\pic[local bounding box=A] {Riskpic};
\node[piclabel,red,below =0.25 cm of A] {Risque}; \&
\fi

\ifTwo
\pic[local bounding box=B] {Riskpic};
\pic {Hedge1};
\node[piclabel,below =0.25 cm of B] {Sous-hedge vanille}; \&
\fi

\ifThree
\pic[local bounding box=C]  {Riskpic};
\pic  {Hedge2};
\node[piclabel, below =0.25 cm of C] {Sur-hedge vanille};\&
\fi

\ifFour
\pic[local bounding box=D]  {Riskpic};
\pic  {Hedge3};
\node[piclabel, below =0.25 cm of D, blue] {Hedge exotique};
\fi
\\};
}

\begin{document}
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{1,2,3,4};

\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{1,4}; %<- I would like poth picture to be next to each other

\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{1};
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{2};
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{3};
\tikz \Tikzhedgesymbolic{4};

\end{document}

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