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Not displaying Line chart curve

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Are you using the MultiAxisLine.swf chart of the PowerCharts suite?




Could you please send us the XML you are using so that we may take a look at what could be the problem?




Awaiting your reply.:)

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Guest Madhumita

Hello Madhu,

The connectNullData is a FusionChart v3 feature. If you download the Trial Version of FusionCharts , which is for free you can get your desired data plot.

You can download the Trial Version from the following link:

Note: The connectNullData=1 should be placed in the <chart> element and not in the <set> element .

I've made the necessary changes in your XML document which I'm attaching for your reference, incase you would opt for using our FusionCharts Trial Package.

I hope this helps. :)


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Hello Madhumita,


Thanks for your suggestion and i made the necessary modifications and it is working but a problem arose , the curve displaying is not smooth , client needs a smooth curve. Can you help me in this regard??


Awaiting for your valuable reply.

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It seems powercharts v3(MSSplinr.swf) doesn't support connectNullData attribute.


What is the best way to smoothen the curve.






With Reference to an attachment(NeedSmoothCurve.png)


I have 20 points in X-Axis interval of 5 each, the requirement is to have only 10 points of each 10 interval. If i do the same i'm not getting point (CalculatedCurve()%,5,6.48) on the curve for X-Axis for 5 instead me getting the same for X -Axis 10. and the entire curve is taking Y -Axis values up to 50 only.


Refer attachment(RequireAllPointsOnCurve.png)



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