Combiner.
A combiner is a circle with two input slots (white circles) and
one output slot (red circle), it merges the two inputs by either...
Adding them.
Subtracting the left hand input from the right hand input.
Multiplying them.
Dividing the left hand input by the right hand.
Taking the left hand input to the power of the right hand input.
Disturbing them. Multipying the x, y and z of the current coordinate by the left hand input,
and returning the value of right hand input for that coordinate point.
Warping them. Adding the the left hand input to the x, y and z of the current coordinate and returning the value of right hand input for that coordinate point.
Turbulence. Applies Perlin's Turbulence to the right hand input using the left hand input as the number of octaves.
Here is a table showing the results for the combiners functions
where used with linear and worley engines.
Combiner

Worley & Linear

Linear & Worley

Add



Subtract



Multiply



Divide



Power



Disturb



Warp



Turbulence



Maximum



Minimum


