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Displaying Missing Data Values in a Graph

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You can display missing data values (in a bar graph, line graph, area graph, or any variation of these graph types) in one of the following formats:


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Procedure: How to Display Missing Values in a Graph
  1. In the Graph Assistant, click the Properties tab.
  2. Click the Y-axis subtab.
  3. From the Missing values display list box, select one of the following values:
    • Graph as zero.
    • Graph as gap.
    • Dotted line to zero.
    • Interpolated dotted line.

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Reference: Displaying Missing Values as Zero in a Graph

The following image illustrates how missing values are represented in a bar graph when designated to appear as zero. The CURR_SAL values for McCoy and Stevens are missing.


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Reference: Displaying Missing Values as a Gap

The following image illustrates how missing values are represented in a bar graph when designated to appear as a gap. The CURR_SAL value for McCoy is missing.


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Reference: Displaying Missing Values as a Dotted Line to Zero

The following image illustrates how missing values are represented in a line graph when designated to appear as a dotted line to zero. The CURR_SAL value for McCoy is missing.


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Reference: Displaying Missing Values as an Interpolated Dotted Line

The following image illustrates how missing values are represented in a line graph when designated to appear as an interpolated dotted line. The CURR_SAL value for McCoy is missing.


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