How to get the mixing matrix from CanICA

The documentation of canica does not show a way to fetch the mixing matrix. Does anyone have an idea how to obtain it?

Simply type canica.transform(func_filenames) , assuming the notations of example
https://nilearn.github.io/auto_examples/03_connectivity/plot_compare_decomposition.html#sphx-glr-auto-examples-03-connectivity-plot-compare-decomposition-py
transform() gives you the time series associated with the ICs, which is presumably what you want, when you ask for the mixing matrix ?
HTH,
Bertrand

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