A link connects one node to another. A link is directional, i.e. it goes from one node to another.
Defining a link
To define a link, double-click the left mouse button on a node (or single-click and press the Enter key) and select the "Link to..." option. Move the mouse to the desired "to" node and single-click again to complete the link.
Each link has associated with it a number (1..N). This number establishes a priority / processing order (see Overview). Data Splitter supplies a default number for each link, but this number can be overridden by the user. To set a link number, double-click the left mouse button on the box in the middle of the link (or single-click and press the Enter key) and select Renumber from the drop-down menu.
Deleting a link
To delete a link: Double-click the left mouse button on the box in the middle of the link (or single-click and press the Enter key) and select Delete from the drop-down menu. Or, single-click on the link's box and press the Delete key.
After link renumbering or deletion, the program will renumber all the links from that node to give each link a unique number in the range 1..N, where N is the number of links emanating from the node. Link order is preserved when automatically renumbering.