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Looking for Java Chart info

 
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Hi I am looking for a Java chart tool that meets the following:
have a built-in mechanism for handling missing values.
Any info is highly appreciated.
Thanks,
David
 
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Hi David,
How do you want the missing values to be handled? In JFreeChart, we use null to represent a missing or unknown value - this usually results in a gap being displayed (which may or may not be different to a zero, depending on the chart type). Are you looking for a feature that displays some kind of marker to indicate that there is a missing value? It wouldn't be hard to modify JFreeChart to do that...
Regards,
Dave Gilbert
JFreeChart Project Leader
 
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