Because MIC is rank-order statistic, the uncorrected p-value of a given MIC score under a null hypothesis of statistical independence depends only on the score and on the sample size of the relationship in question. We have pre-computed the p-values of various MIC scores at different sample sizes. To find a p-value for your MIC score, download the comma-separated values (CSV) file corresponding to your sample size:
The table above was created using default parameters for MIC, and in particular α = 0.6 was used. We hope to include tables for other settings of α, as well as expanded tables with more sample sizes, in the near future.