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Plotting data with formulas that result in a blank or empty cell

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Hello

I am trying to figure out how to create gaps in a line chart where the data is blank.  The data I am trying to plot is based on formulas, for example:  =IF(SUM(Calc!N5:N57)=0,"",SUM(Calc!N5:N57)).

I have the settings for the chart set to "show empty cells as gaps".  If I delete the formula the cell plots as a gap.  When the formula is in the cell it plots a zero.  I'm guessing "" may not be the best way to make a cell blank using a formula.

Thanks for any insight you may have.

SJP

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best response confirmed by SJPfister (New Contributor)
Solution

@SJPfister 

Use NA() instead of empty text and add setting as

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Thanks. That is what I was looking for.