point right on axis limit not very visible

I have a couple of semilogy line plots, with markers. One line has only 1
point, just the marker. It is right on the left vertical axis and is not
very visible.

It would be better if the xaxis limit was set a bit lower so the point
marker was more visible (and not clipped).

What's a good way to do this that hopefully doesn't involve a lot of manual
tweaking?

How about plt.margins?
Example:

plt.margins(x=.05)

http://matplotlib.org/api/pyplot_api.html?highlight=margins#matplotlib.pyplot.margins

2016-03-30 12:58 GMT+01:00 Neal Becker <ndbecker2 at gmail.com>:

I have a couple of semilogy line plots, with markers. One line has only 1
point, just the marker. It is right on the left vertical axis and is not
very visible.

It would be better if the xaxis limit was set a bit lower so the point
marker was more visible (and not clipped).

What's a good way to do this that hopefully doesn't involve a lot of manual
tweaking?

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