**The function ggcorr**

ggcorr(df, method = c("pairwise", "pearson"),
nbreaks = NULL, digits = 2, low = "#3B9AB2",
mid = "#EEEEEE", high = "#F21A00",
geom = "tile", label = FALSE,
label_alpha = FALSE)

Arguments:

**df**: Dataset used**method**: Formula to compute the correlation. By default, pairwise and Pearson are computed**nbreaks**: Return a categorical range for the coloration of the coefficients. By default, no break and the color gradient is continuous**digits**: Round the correlation coefficient. By default, set to 2**low**: Control the lower level of the coloration**mid**: Control the middle level of the coloration**high**: Control the high level of the coloration**geom**: Control the shape of the geometric argument. By default, "tile"**label**: Boolean value. Display or not the label. By default, set to `FALSE`