The example on rCCA does not show how to compute correlation significance. Can this function be used to do that?

Thanks!

The example on rCCA does not show how to compute correlation significance. Can this function be used to do that?

Thanks!

The answer is no, you could extract the components (canonical variates) from the rcc result and use the base stat function cor.test().

Thanks! is the `No`

because of the regularization?

If so, if I donâ€™t apply regularization because of `n > p + q`

, i.e. setting `lambda 1 and 2`

as 0, should the function be the right one?