0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 14, 2009 10:22 AM by Cr99

    Chart data gap

    Cr99 Level 1

      My charting application usually works, but ocassionally, the charts end up looking like this.  What could be causing this big gap on the left side?

       

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      Here is some of the sample data for the red dots:


      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:40:00.0 point2:  832.6628
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:45:00.0 point2:  830.8628
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:50:00.0 point2:  835.2084
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:55:00.0 point2:  830.3685
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:00:00.0 point2:  830.4351
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:05:00.0 point2:  831.73
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:10:00.0 point2:  832.28674
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:12:00.0 point2:  0.0
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:20:00.0 point2:  74.905716
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:25:00.0 point2:  831.50165

       

      And here is some sample data from the blue line:

       

      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:40:02.0 point2:  6.625909
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:45:02.0 point2:  6.695035
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:50:02.0 point2:  6.762167
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 11:55:02.0 point2:  6.832329
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:00:02.0 point2:  6.9014645
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:05:02.0 point2:  6.9705887
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:10:02.0 point2:  7.035709
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:15:02.0 point2:  7.0477333
      09/04/14 11:39:11       point1:  2009-04-12 12:20:02.0 point2:  7.0487347

       

      Both sets of data are from the start of the graph.  Again, most of the time, my chart renders fine.  Something about this data is messing it up, though.