Best take a look at the Vignettes to understand this format.

eq_tables(game, reduce.tables = TRUE, combine = 2,
  eq.ind = seq_along(game$, ignore.keys = NULL, = game$[eq.ind], ...)



(default = TRUE). Shall we try to reduce the rows and columns of the key tables be reduced to get a subset of neccessary keys that perfectly predict the chosen value of an action?


if 0 generate separate tables for each equilibrium. If 1 bind the tables of each variable over all equilibria. If 2 (default) also collapse the rows that are the same for different equilibria and add a column eq.inds that contains all equilibrium numbers as a comma separated string


Vector of integers specifying the indices of all equilibria that shall be considered. By default all equilibria.


A character vector of variables that will always be removed from the key variables, without any check whether they are neccessary or not.

See also