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Set minPointLength, then the zero values into null.


You can try doing a different scale of the yAxis or using the 'logarithmic' type. See updated fiddle. Note that this does not work in all cases. The HighCharts user voice site has been asking for scale-break capabilities for a while now.


A log scale cannot have a value of 0. So, you will either have to deal with not showing this point in a tooltip or hoping you dont get it as a value. I have tried to do some overrides of the tooltip function to read from the values but that did not work out and my javascript is not so much good. Basically we are stuck with either points that do not show do to huge range differences or points that show excpet when 0 when using log scale. I go with the latter.


You can also set minPointLength for series:

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