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There are overlapping numbers in the plot below (the left down corner). The axis $T_e$ has the value $10^{0}$, and the axis $n_i$ has $10^9$. But the problem is that the values are imaged in the same place, so it seems like the $n_i$ and $T_e$ axis have the number $10^8$.

Overlapping

Moreover, the turned plot doesn't have the problem, the values are splitted:

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But it looks worse overall. I need to split the numbers without turning the plot.

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  • $\begingroup$ does adding the option PlotRangePadding ->Scaled[.05] (or some other value instead of .05) help? $\endgroup$ – kglr Jun 23 at 0:37
  • $\begingroup$ @kglr, it works, thank you very much! Didn't know about this option. You can post your answer and also use a result image. I choosed Scaled[.06] and slightly increased plotting diapason of the planes. $\endgroup$ – Olexot Jun 23 at 1:23
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Per Olexot's comment, adding the option PlotRangePadding -> Scaled[.06] (or an appropriate value instead of .06) solves the issue:

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