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    If you paste the following into the “try it” edit box, notice that any zero value renders as a # of the top of the chart.

    The only solution I’ve found is to set all zeros to 1. Am I missing something or is this a bug?

    axisY: { logarithmic: true },
    data: [{
    type: “line”,
    dataPoints: [{y:10},{y:0},{y:50},{y:65},{y:150},{y:400},{y:950},{y:4500},{y:10000}]
    }] });

    Thank you!



    A logarithmic axis can only plot positive values. There simply is no way to put negative values or zero on a logarithmic axis.

    Fundamental: If 10L = Z, then L is the logarithm (base 10) of Z. If L is a negative value, then Z is a positive fraction less than 1.0. If L is zero, then Z equals 1.0. If L is greater than 0, then Z is greater than 1.0. Note that there no value of L will result in a value of Z that is zero or negative. Logarithms are simply not defined for zero or negative numbers.

    Vishwas R
    Team CanvasJS

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