[R] How to Perform CCA in ??!! Help please
izahn at psych.rochester.edu
Wed Aug 18 13:51:42 CEST 2010
If you read your email back to yourself, you will notice that you
never actually describe the problems you are having. There are people
on this list who can help you, but you need to tell them what you need
help with. We don't need your whole data set and script (in fact
sending the whole shebang would be unhelpful). Instead, make sample
data sets (just complex enough to illustrate your problems) and R code
that you need help working out. We want to help you, but "I JUST CAN'T
GET IT" is much to vague.
On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 4:38 AM, stompper33 <ascalderon03 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Performing CCA in R
> I know they say don't say please... or plead...but I'm sorry but I really
> need some help with this problem. I have tried to perform CCA in R and I can
> never do this successfully. Can someone please tell me what I'm doing wrong.
> I can't attach any file...so Please email me and I'll attach the necessary
> files. (there's only two) the files will be my CCA R script file, and my
> data file I use that contains all my data I use for my analyzing.
> **The files I'll send you are .csv file and a R script. The file
> "all_Data01.csv" and "Performing_CCA" will be the file names****
> PLEASE!! I AM DESPERATE! I'VE BEEN TRYING TO DO THIS FOR A COUPLE OF WEEKS
> AND I JUST CAN'T GET IT!!
> If you can help I will really appreciate it. You will need to install the
> 'CCA' package in R before running it. I am also thinking maybe I may only be
> able to run the regularized CCA rather than Classical CCA. But I hope to run
> one or the other.
> If anyone needs an easy example of CCA please follow the link below:
> http://www.jstatsoft.org/v23/i12/paper (scroll to about the bottom of page 7
> I've tried to follow the example as well and still have problems.
> Thank You...Thank You
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