I find the documentation of sage much lacking what is the output of plantri and graphs.planar_graphs?

l = graphs.planar_graphs(4, dual=False)

gen=list(l)

ii=1
G=gen[ii]
p=G.plot()
p.show()

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I find the documentation of sage much lacking what is the output of plantri and graphs.planar_graphs?

l = graphs.planar_graphs(4, dual=False)

gen=list(l)

ii=1
G=gen[ii]
p=G.plot()
p.show()

I find the documentation of sage much lacking what is the output of plantri and graphs.planar_graphs?

I assumed the output would be graphs (could not find documentation on this) and did the following

l = graphs.planar_graphs(4, dual=False)

gen=list(l)

ii=1
G=gen[ii]
p=G.plot()
p.show()

I find the documentation of ~~sage ~~Sage much lacking what is the output of `plantri`

~~plantri ~~and ~~graphs.planar_graphs? ~~`graphs.planar_graphs`

?

I assumed the output would be graphs (could not find documentation on this) and did the following

`l = graphs.planar_graphs(4, dual=False) `

~~gen=list(l) ~~

ii=1
gen = list(l) ~~ G=gen[ii] ~~ ~~p=G.plot()
p.show()~~ii = 1
G = gen[ii]
p = G.plot()
p.show()

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