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    José Manuel Martínez Martínez
    Hi! I have a question regarding using corrplot, may I?
    or do you prefer I fill an issue in github? Or ask in stackoverflow?
    José Manuel Martínez Martínez
    Well, here it goes. I can generate correlation plots successfully and I love the package.
    data = matrix(rnorm(100), ncol = 10)
    correlation_matrix = cor(data)
    corrplot.mixed(correlation_matrix, lower = 'number', upper = 'ellipse')
    But what if I want to get the plot stored in a variable and then print it? Or I want to store a series of plots in a list? I can do that with plots generated with ggplot2, for example. But I can't with corrplot.
    myplot = corrplot.mixed(correlation_matrix, lower = 'number', upper = 'ellipse')
    Viliam Simko
    Could you please add this question as an issue to our issue tracker >
    Viliam Simko
    Actually, the return value from corrplot and corrplot.mixed is the original correlation_matrix. This is how it is currently implemented. It would be great if we could rewrite the package in a ggplot-compatible way. AFAIK this would require a lot of effort.
    Viliam Simko
    Announcement: This week, I fixed several old issues.
    We are slowly approaching Corrplot 1.0
    what does means the empty columns in correlation matrix (like this) : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59738746/confusion-matrix-presents-some-empty-cells N.B : note that my dataset does not contains missing values.