# Analyzing Data With Lots of Blank n/a Cells

#### Holeshotking48

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Hi all,

I have a lot of BP data gathered but it has a lot of blanks on dates where no Blood Pressure values were ever taken. I have graphed the data in order to try to analyze it, but it's hard because all of the blank cells show up as n/a or 0s.

Does anyone know what i could do in order to have the n/a or 0s in my data not show up in the graph? Any input/ideas would be greatly appreciated!

M

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I'm not using any sort of formulas.

Does anyone know what i could do in order to have the n/a or 0s in my data not show up in the graph? Any input/ideas would be greatly appreciated!
Hi,

Perhaps try hiding any rows you don't want to show up in the graph.

Hi all,

I have a lot of BP data gathered but it has a lot of blanks on dates where no Blood Pressure values were ever taken. I have graphed the data in order to try to analyze it, but it's hard because all of the blank cells show up as n/a or 0s.

Does anyone know what i could do in order to have the n/a or 0s in my data not show up in the graph? Any input/ideas would be greatly appreciated!

M

Are you wanting the blanks to show as gaps in the graph? Or to not be considered at all?

Best regards
Richard

I am wanting the blanks to not be considered at all.

Thanks,
M

I am wanting the blanks to not be considered at all.

Thanks,
M

Are you wanting to leave the n/a / 0 entries in your original data? Can you post a sample of how your data is laid out and a rough indication of the range the data covers?

Best regards
Richard

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