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Hi All,

I have a linear graph which represents a measure in real time (I have a loop that gets a value at each iteration). I have a FastLineRenderableSeries with a DataSeries in which I append x and y vector. The y vector is full of Double.NaN values, and it is updated with valid values at each loop iteration. During the representation, I can only see valid values, and NaN values are not represented. Everything ok.

But now I have changed from FastLineRenderableSeries to CustomRenderableSeries (due to markers and other issues), and I have a strange effect on real time visualization (see attached picture). It seems that NaN values are represented as infinite, so I can see a vertical line at last real value.

I have set DrawNaNAs = LineDrawMode.Gaps but it doesn’t work. Am I doing something wrong? Is there something extra I have to set regarding CustomRenderableSeries?

Thanks in advance

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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

  • morseja asked 10 years ago
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