[R] about empirical sample size in partial correlations

From: <vagua1_at_mailbox.gr>
Date: Tue 13 Dec 2005 - 22:23:36 EST

Hello everyone

I have estimated the partial correlations of a matrix (n=160, vars=7) with command pcor.shrink (library corpcor) and then i want to estimate their respective confidence intervals. So i have tried to use the command pcor.confint(pcor,kappa,alpha) from library "GeneNT". My problem is that i don't know how to estimate kappa (empirical sample size). Is there any command with wich i can estimate kappa or is there any other command for estimating confidence intervals for partial correlations without using the kappa parameter?

Thank you

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