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## Making Statistical Plots Is Easy With ggstatsplot

I never thought I’d be able to make publication-ready statistical plots so easily. Seriously – thank you ggstatsplot.

We’re going to kick the tires on 2 of the many awesome ggstatsplot functions:

• `ggcorrmat()` – For making correlation matrix that exposes relationships between multiple numeric variables.
• `ggbetweenstats()` – For comparing similarities / differences between groups.

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## Plot 1: Correlation Matrix PlotMake beautiful correlation plot that’s great for reports

Correlation plots are must-know plots. Everyone understands correlations (even non-technical people). Correlation plots great for explaining insights in simple terms:

• Magnitude (between zero in one): two features have a higher degree of relationship the closer the magnitude gets to one.
• Sign (Positive/Negative): A positive sign indicates a positive relationship (both go up). A negative sign indicates an inverse relationship (as one goes up, the other goes down).

Here’s how easy it is to make an AWESOME Correlation Plot with 1 line of code.

## Plot 2: Between Stats PlotBetween stats are used to compare categories to show differences between groups

Comparing groups helps tell the story by showing differences in means, distributions, and by highlighting outliers. There’s no faster way than to use `ggbetweenstats()`.

We need to do a little bit of data wrangling first to isolate the top 5 cities in the data. (Check out my Ultimate R Cheatsheet for getting data wrangling down).

Once we isolate the top 5 cities, we can make an awesome visualization (again in 1 line of code)!

The `ggbetweenstats()` function makes it super easy to compare groups and identify outliers.

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