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### Markers in list_plot

Hello! I discovered today that one cannot use the marker property with list_plot(). So I would like to know if this hasn't been implemented yet (but planned) or there is another way to be used?

Thanks

### Markers in list_plot

Hello! I discovered today that one cannot use the marker property with list_plot(). So I would like to know if this hasn't been implemented yet (but planned) or there is another way to be used?

ThanksThanks!

Edit: I tried to use

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v')


and it indeed let me use different form of markers, but in the case when DATA_LIST consists of only one element, the point placed incorrectly on the resulting plot.

### Markers in list_plot

Hello! I discovered today that one cannot use the marker property with list_plot(). So I would like to know if this hasn't been implemented yet (but planned) or there is another way to be used?

Thanks!

Edit: I tried to use

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v')


and it indeed let me use different form of markers, but in the case when DATA_LIST consists of only one element, the point placed incorrectly on the resulting plot.

Edit 2: I remembered that there were some problems associated with the logarithmic scales on the axes. That is why I re-read this thread and realized that I have to add an axes_pad=0 parameter in order to get the correctly placed points. So the resuling work-around would look like this:

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v', axes_pad=0)


### Markers in list_plot

Hello! I discovered today that one cannot use the marker property with list_plot(). So I would like to know if this hasn't been implemented yet (but planned) or there is another way to be used?

Thanks!

Edit: I tried to use

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v')


and it indeed let me use different form of markers, but in the case when DATA_LIST consists of only one element, the point placed incorrectly on the resulting plot.

Edit 2: I remembered that there were some problems associated with the logarithmic scales on the axes. That is why I re-read this thread and realized that I have to add an axes_pad=0 parameter in order to get the correctly placed points. So the resuling work-around for a loglog scale would look like this:

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v', scale='loglog', axes_pad=0)

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### Markers in list_plot

Hello! I discovered today that one cannot use the marker property with list_plot(). So I would like to know if this hasn't been implemented yet (but planned) or there is another way to be used?

Thanks!

Edit: I tried to use

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v')


and it indeed let me use different form of markers, but in the case when DATA_LIST consists of only one element, the point placed incorrectly on the resulting plot.

Edit 2: I remembered that there were some problems associated with the logarithmic scales on the axes. That is why I re-read this thread and realized that I have to add an axes_pad=0 parameter in order to get the correctly placed points. So the resuling work-around for a loglog scale would look like this:

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v', scale='loglog', axes_pad=0)


### Markers in list_plot

Hello! I discovered today that one cannot use the marker property with list_plot(). So I would like to know if this hasn't been implemented yet (but planned) or there is another way to be used?

Thanks!

Edit: I tried to use

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v')


and it indeed let me use different form of markers, but in the case when DATA_LIST consists of only one element, the point placed incorrectly on the resulting plot.

Edit 2: I remembered that there were some problems associated with the logarithmic scales on the axes. That is why I re-read this thread and realized that I have to add an axes_pad=0 parameter in order to get the correctly placed points. So the resuling work-around for a loglog scale would look like this:

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v', scale='loglog', axes_pad=0)

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### Markers in list_plot

Hello! I discovered today that one cannot use the marker property with list_plot(). So I would like to know if this hasn't been implemented yet (but planned) or there is another way to be used?

Thanks!

Edit: I tried to use

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v')


and it indeed let me use different form of markers, but in the case when DATA_LIST consists of only one element, the point placed incorrectly on the resulting plot.

Edit 2: I remembered that there were some problems associated with the logarithmic scales on the axes. That is why I re-read this thread and realized that I have to add an axes_pad=0 parameter in order to get the correctly placed points. So the resuling work-around for a loglog scale would look like this:

list_plot(DATA_LIST, plotjoined=True, linestyle="", marker='v', scale='loglog', axes_pad=0)