# 2- Multiple Attractor Points

In this Grasshopper tutorial, we will understand what happens when we use two or more points as an attractor and how it affects our grid of points.

**20 Minutes**

**80 MB**

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## Comments

## Cowportal

Good afternoon! On time 00:49, how did you delete all the nodes and connections and still managed to keep the “Group of points” intact? When I delete, the relationship is lost and the “group of points” is simply vacant. Thank you!

## rezae

Hi,

I think you accidentally deleted the real points in Rhino!

You can lost the relation only if you delete the component or clear the value inside the component

Good luck!

## Cowportal

Its ok I figured it out. I had to right click on the “group of points” node and click “internalize data” in order to keep the rectangular array and the 20-by-20 count. Thank you.

## rezae

Hi,

Yes! that’s great.

Good Luck!

## TBiagi

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MultipleAttractorsTutorial.jpgHello

In this tutorial I had a hard time figuring out how to get a grid of points with just one point component, it would be awesome if you explain that at the beginning.

I am attaching a jpeg image because I can’t get the surface right. When I put the 25 U Count in the Number slider I get nothing and only at two I get numerous surfaces. Please explain, thanks

## rezae

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Teresa-multipleattractors.zipHi Teresa,

you have add one unit to the U Count because when you’re extracting point from the surface, the U Count in the Divide Surface means number of slices not number of rows or columns so you have to add one unit to generate surface from points

I’ve also attached a file which can explain more

Many thanks.