# MakeLevelArray: Create an array of all factorial combinations of factor... In ggdmc: Cognitive Models

## Description

Take a list storing one or multiple string vectors and glues the strings in these vectors with a dot symbol.

## Usage

 `1` ```MakeLevelArray(x = NA) ```

## Arguments

 `x` a list storing one or multiple factor vectors. Each vector can have different numbers of level. For example, `f <- list(E = c("nc", "wc"), S = c("n", "w", "pn", "pw"))`

## Value

a table showing the combinations of factor levels.

## Examples

 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38``` ```## Example 1 factors <- list(S = c("s1", "s2")) MakeLevelArray(factors) ## S ## s1 s2 ## "s1" "s2" factors <- list(S = c("left", "right")) MakeLevelArray(factors) ## S ## left right ## "left" "right" ## Example 2 factors <- list(A = c("00", "45", "90", "135", "180"), S = c("mirror", "normal")) MakeLevelArray(factors) ## S ## ------------------------------40 ## A mirror normal ## ------------------------------40 ## 00 "00.mirror" "00.normal" ## 45 "45.mirror" "45.normal" ## 90 "90.mirror" "90.normal" ## 135 "135.mirror" "135.normal" ## 180 "180.mirror" "180.normal" ## Example 3 factors <- list(E = c("nc", "wc"), S = c("n", "w", "pn", "pw")) MakeLevelArray(factors) ## S ## -------------------------------40 ## E n w pn pw ## -------------------------------40 ## nc "nc.n" "nc.w" "nc.pn" "nc.pw" ## wc "wc.n" "wc.w" "wc.pn" "wc.pw" ```

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