I did misunderstand your intention. However I still do not understand your solution. If I assume that the zero data is really a small positive number that displays as '0.00', its log should be a negative number whose magnatude exceeds any of the other logs. (e.g. log(0.001) = -6.9) Setting the log to zero assumes that the raw value is e (2.71...). Note: All other values are between .001 (log(.01) = -4.6) and .99 (log(.99) = -.01).
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