I just started learning graph theory and I had a question come to mind when drawing non-ismorphic graphs. Say you had a graph of order 5 with 6 edges, and the degrees of each node were as follows: $$3,2,2,2,1$$ There are two non-isormorphic graphs satisfying these conditions, which are
I was wondering if there was a way, given the order, edges, and degree counts, to find the number of non-isomorphic graphs of the same conditions. I tried looking at separate cases, but I'm not sure if I'm finding all of the correct non-isomorphic graphs. I thought about it for a while and thought I saw some empirical connections, but none of them panned out and I could not figure out a relationship between them.