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Adding markers to a plot in Matplotlib

schedule May 21, 2023
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We can add markers to a plot in Matplotlib by passing the marker argument when calling the plot(~) method.

x = [1,2,4]
y = [3,3,3]
plt.plot(x, y, marker="x")
plt.show()

This produces the following:

We have used "x" as the marker in this case, however, there are other available options which can be confirmed from the official documentation hereopen_in_new.

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Published by Arthur Yanagisawa
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