Chart formula result as missing value

stewbrown

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I have a formula such as =IF($B63>0,K63/$B63,"") that I want to be treated as a missing value for charting. Instead, it is treated as a zero in the chart. Is there a way to get Excel to return a missing value when b63<=0?
 

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Aladin Akyurek

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Excel does not have a "missing value" category like software for statistics...

You could use:

=IF($B63,K63/$B63,#N/A)
 

Aladin Akyurek

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On 2002-09-13 14:42, stewbrown wrote:
I think if "" is replaced with na(), this will work.

NA() --> #N/A

That is why used the #N/A value itself in the formula as a constant.
 

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