I assume that you don't need to filter or re-order the accumulated values during runtime (which will give you a new max value and associated station).
If so, you might put the accumulation into the script. Evaluating the max in the chart is easy then and you get your desired table ( see attached qvw).
I know that this is a kind of workaround and probably not your favorite approach. I am not so deep into the inter record functions as some of the gurus here probably are, but I have the feeling that the range functions themselves prevent us from not showing the Null or zero values.
But maybe I just have missed some point,
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Your answer is certainly helpful. This is one way to solve my problem. The only thing is that I have a lot of data. My QVW file is now 30GB. If I add a aggregated table/dimension next to it, it will only get bigger. So I am looking for a way to solve it in the front end.
If there is anybody out there who knows how to solve my issue in the front end, then I am really interested!