Kind of a newbie question, so if this isn’t the appropriate section I’ll move it.
I was trying to plot a column of a dataframe with some elements that cannot be calculated.
At first I thought of initialize them to 0, and then picking only values different from 0, but it’s kind of contrived, so I was wondering if Plots.jl wouldn’t just ignore y-values if they are of missing type.
As it turns out it can’t, since plotting an array of the type
TypeError: non-boolean (Missing) used in boolean context.
Am I missing something? I guessed this was the kind of use case for the new missing type… Of course it’s not a big problem, i can use findall or similar functions to trim unwanted values, but if it’s possible wouldn’t it make sense to be able to plot an array with missing elements?