Split list into chuncks. The node is data type agnostic, meaning it makes no assumptions about the data you feed it. It shoudld accepts any type of data native to Sverchok.
|Data||The data - can be anything|
|Split size||Size of individual chuncks|
It is essentially how many chained element look-ups you do on a list. If
SomeList has a considerable nestedness then you might access the most atomic element of the list doing
SomeList. Levels in this case would be 4.
Unrwap the list if possible, this generally what you want. [[1, 2, 3, 4]] size 2. +——–+——————-+ | Unwrap | Result | +========+===================+ | On | [[1, 2], [3, 4]] | +——–+——————-+ | Off | [[[1, 2], [3, 4]]]| +——–+——————-+
Size of output chuncks.
The list split on the selected level into chuncks, the last chunck will be what is left over.
Trying various inputs, adjusting the parameters, and piping the output to a Debug Print (or stethoscope) node will be the fastest way to acquaint yourself with the inner workings of the List Item Node.