How to have space between x axis labels in plots

I have couple of plots wherein the x axis labels are overlapping with each other.So how can i have space between them so that there is no overlapping and the labels or values are clearly visible.

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The below example i am referring to wherein some of the x axis labels/values are overlapping making it ineligble and less clear visibility wise.

Four options off the top of my head:

  1. Dodge labels

  2. Use abbreviated month labels, i.e. Jan, Feb, etc.

  3. Rotate the labels by e.g. 90 degrees.

  4. Omit intermediate labels, i.e. do not show February and April

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