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I have the requirement of using a line series, but not displaying certain data points in the series (essentially breaking the line between points).

Do you have any recommendations on how to do this?

Thanks,
Jason

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Hi Jason,

I love it when people ask questions we can answer straight away 🙂

The answer is yes – we have a feature in FastLineRenderableSeries called DrawNaNAs. When this is set, and you change the Y-Value of a data-point to double.NaN (or float.NaN) then the line will draw a gap, or close the line between two points.

This is demonstrated in our Gaps in Series example.

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Hope this helps!
Andrew

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Works! Thanks for the quick response

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