\title{Retrieve the node weights of a graph}
  \item{object}{A graph, any object that inherits the
  \code{graph} class.}

  \item{index}{If supplied, a character or numeric vector
  of node names or indices.}


  \item{attr}{The name of the node attribute to use as a
  weight. You can view the list of defined node attributes
  and their default values using nodeDataDefaults.}

  \item{default}{The value to use if \code{object} has no
  node attribute named by the value of \code{attr}. The
  default is the value 1.}
  A named vector with the node weights. The names of the
  vector are the names of the specified \code{index}, or
  all nodes if \code{index} was not provided.
  A generic function that returns the node weights of a
  graph. If \code{index} is specified, only the weights of
  the specified nodes are returned. The user can control
  which node attribute is interpreted as the weight.
  The weights of all nodes identified by the \code{index}
  are returned. If \code{index} is not supplied, the
  weights of all nodes are returned.

  By default, \code{nodeWeights} looks for an node
  attribute with name "weight" and, if found, uses these
  values to construct the node weight vector. You can make
  use of attributes stored under a different name by
  providing a value for the \code{attr} argument. For
  example, if \code{object} is a graph instance with an
  node attribute named "WTS", then the call
  \code{nodeWeights(object, attr="WTS")} will attempt to
  use those values.

  If the graph instance does not have an node attribute
  with name given by the value of the \code{attr} argument,
  \code{default} will be used as the weight for all nodes.
  Note that if there is an attribute named by \code{attr},
  then its default value will be used for nodes not
  specifically customized. See nodeData and
  nodeDataDefaults for more information.
V <- LETTERS[1:4]
g <- graphNEL(nodes = V, edgemode = "directed")
nodeWeights(g, "B")
nodeWeights(g, attr = "WT", default = 3)
  Calin Voichita and Sorin Draghici
  \link{nodes}, \link{nodeData}