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How to corrplot without displaying histograms?

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Hi,
I want to plot correlation between two variables using corrplot.
I only want to display correlation without histograms. For example, I want only the ''subplot' squared red as below.
Can you advise please?

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Askic V
Askic V on 13 Dec 2022
Edited: Askic V on 13 Dec 2022
Please execute this script. I think it will give you pretty good idea what to do next.
clear
close all
load Data_Canada
corrplot(DataTable,Type="Kendall",TestR="on");
% find all axis objects (children)
cc = findobj(gcf, 'type', 'axes');
cc(1:10)
ans =
10×1 Axes array: Axes (PlotMatrixHistAx) Axes (PlotMatrixHistAx) Axes (PlotMatrixHistAx) Axes (PlotMatrixHistAx) Axes (PlotMatrixHistAx) Axes (PlotMatrixScatterAx) Axes (PlotMatrixScatterAx) Axes (PlotMatrixScatterAx) Axes (PlotMatrixScatterAx) Axes (PlotMatrixScatterAx)
% create new figure
fig2 = figure(2);
% define 1st subplot
ax1 = subplot(2,1,1,'parent',fig2);
% copy object from previous figure
axcp = copyobj(cc(9), fig2);
set(axcp,'Position',get(ax1,'position'));
ax2 = subplot(2,1,2,'parent',fig2);
axcp = copyobj(cc(10), fig2);
set(axcp,'Position',get(ax2,'position'));
I think by following this example, yo'll manage to get what you need. First examine the variable (array) cc. First two elements will be PlotMatrixHistAx. You'll use PlotMatrixScatterAx array elements.

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