The first two columns of the input table must be index and payoff, respectively. The tables can have other columns after these two, but the function ignores them.
|Column Name||Data Type||Description|
|index||STRING||First column of the table. Contains bit strings that indicate which players are in the combination. The length of each bit string is the total number of players. Each bit represents a player. The bit has the value 1 if the player is in the combination and 0 otherwise. The most and least significant bits represent the first and last players, respectively. Each row represents a unique combination.|
|payoff||DOUBLE PRECISION||Second column of table. Contains the observed payoff value for the corresponding combination in the index column.|