Since you are applying for a tourist visa, it should not be that much of a problem.
It really is upto the visa officer; he/she may or may not take your canceled green card application into consideration. However, there’s nothing you can do about it now, just be ready to answer questions related to this if asked. I have indeed seen instances where students (my friends) were denied visas because some of their relatives were green card holders/citizens. And one of my friend’s lawyer told him not to travel between H1B lottery season and H1B status change season as it might impact his return. But those instances might be few and far apart, I don’t really have any statistics.
However, my immigration lawyer in the US certainly told me once, to not file my US green card application while I was on a student visa. A student visa is a “non-immigrant” visa and filing for a green card shows “immigrant intent”, and the CBP officer at port of entry or visa officer granting any other visa might take this into consideration and deny future visa.