- What is the project's
"
*graph*"? - Retrieving the number of nodes in the graph
- Retrieving all nodes in the graph
- Adding a node on the graph
- Adding a node on the graph next to another one
- Removing a node from the graph
- Adding a link between two nodes
- Adding a link between two nodes using the connector name
- Removing a link

The project's Graph represents all nodes of your project.

```
# Create an instance
from wysilab import InstantTerra
it = InstantTerra()
# Get the current graph
graph = it.project.graph
```

```
# Returns the numbers of nodes in the graph
number_of_nodes = graph.get_node_count()
print(number_of_nodes)
```

See `get_node_count()`

in the documentation.

```
# Returns the list of nodes in the graph
list_of_nodes = graph.get_all_nodes()
```

The `get_all_nodes()`

method lists the nodes of the graph.

Tip

More information about the nodes is found in the section Accessing node data.

```
# Add a node in the graph
newNode = graph.add_node(ApiNodeType.PERLIN_NOISE, (10, 10))
```

The `add_node(ApiNodeType, tuple(int, int))`

method creates a node on the graph at the specified location, and
returns the new node.

```
# Add a node in the graph next to another one
newNode = graph.add_node_next_to(ApiNodeType.PERLIN_NOISE, NodeLocation.Right, previous_node)
```

The `add_node_next_to(ApiNodeType, NodeLocation, Node)`

method creates a node on the graph
next to a specified node, and returns the new node.

```
# Remove a node from the graph
graph.remove_node(nodeToRemove)
```

The `remove_node(Node)`

method removes the node
from the graph.

```
# Get connectors
start_connector = perlin_node.get_connectors()[ConnectorMode.Output][0] # Has only one output connector
end_connector = apply_curve_node.get_connectors()[ConnectorMode.Input][0] # Has only one output connector
# Add a link between two nodes
link = graph.add_link(perlin_node, start_connector, apply_curve_node, end_connector)
```

The ```
add_link(start_node, start_connector, en_node,
end_connector)
```

method creates a
link between two nodes of the graph.

```
# Add a link between two nodes
link = graph.add_link_using_name(perlin_node, "output_terrain_1", apply_curve_node, "input_terrain_1")
```

The `add_link_using_name(start_node, start_connector_name, en_node, end_connector_name)`

method creates a link
between two nodes of the graph.

```
# Remove a link
graph.remove_link(perlin_link)
```

The `remove_link(Link)`

method removes the
link.

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