Is there a way to display correlation in graphical manner in R

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Is there a way to display correlation in graphical manner in R?
Nov 26, 2018 in Data Analytics by Ali
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There are multiple ways of getting this. One of the ways is it to use the GUI called rattle.

Follow these steps:

Install rattle

rattle() – To start the GUI

Go to data and select the data you need, make sure it’s of the type data.frame

Go to explore->correlation
answered Nov 26, 2018 by Maverick
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