I’m currently having an issue displaying state data using the Highcharts X-range series charts. Specifically, My problem is that our data that we are using to represent each individual state are both fairly high and non consecutive (768, 769 and 773). To label these individual states I’m using a sparse array and placing my labels at the corresponding indices.
The problem I am trying to solve (which is depicted by this jsfiddle: https://jsfiddle.net/sn4d2hvq/10/) is that I want to exclude all values (which in this case means all numerical values) on the y-axis such that there are no numbers from zero up until the first index as well as no numbers in between any of the labels (ie. 770, 771,772). Here’s an example of the desired view: https://jsfiddle.net/estgbr6j/2/
The only way I’ve been able to consistently achieve the desired result (as depicted by the second example) has been to map the values from [768, 769, 773] => [0, 1, 2] and use a dense array to label the newly mapped values. It seems that this workaround shouldn’t be necessary but I have yet to find an option in the highcharts API to easily allow for our desired result without mapping the values. It should also be noted that in our actual data set, we are usually displaying multiple series with each series depicted by its own color rather than each category (which I have been able to achieve). Please let me know which API option or options are available to display our desired result. Thank you so much.