1 | initial version |

Unfortunately, there is no way to define non-injective labeling for vertices of Sage graphs as there is a confusion between the names of the vertices and possible labels on them, see the documentation.

For example:

```
sage: G.relabel(V)
NotImplementedError: Non injective relabeling
```

There are two possible workarounds. You can make the pseudo-labelling injective as follows:

```
sage: G.relabel(list(enumerate(V)))
sage: G.vertices()
[(0, 'Dog'), (1, 'Dog'), (2, 'Cat'), (3, 'Cat')]
sage: G.plot()
```

You can also use colors during the plot to pseudo-label the vertices:

```
sage: G.plot(partition=[[1,2],[3,4]])
sage: G.plot(partition=[[1,2],[3,4]], vertex_labels=False)
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

Unfortunately, there is no way to define non-injective labeling for vertices of Sage graphs as there is a confusion between the names of the vertices and possible labels on them, see ~~the documentation.~~

For example:

```
sage: G.relabel(V)
NotImplementedError: Non injective relabeling
```

There are two possible workarounds. You can make the pseudo-labelling injective as follows:

```
sage: G.relabel(list(enumerate(V)))
sage: G.vertices()
[(0, 'Dog'), (1, 'Dog'), (2, 'Cat'), (3, 'Cat')]
sage: G.plot()
```

You can also use colors during the plot to pseudo-label the vertices:

```
sage: G.plot(partition=[[1,2],[3,4]])
sage: G.plot(partition=[[1,2],[3,4]], vertex_labels=False)
```

3 | No.3 Revision |

Unfortunately, there is no way to define non-injective labeling for vertices of Sage graphs as there is a confusion between the ~~names of the ~~vertices themselves and possible labels on them, see the documentation.

For example:

```
sage: G.relabel(V)
NotImplementedError: Non injective relabeling
```

There are two possible workarounds. You can make the pseudo-labelling injective as follows:

```
sage: G.relabel(list(enumerate(V)))
sage: G.vertices()
[(0, 'Dog'), (1, 'Dog'), (2, 'Cat'), (3, 'Cat')]
sage: G.plot()
```

You can also use colors during the plot to pseudo-label the vertices:

```
sage: G.plot(partition=[[1,2],[3,4]])
sage: G.plot(partition=[[1,2],[3,4]], vertex_labels=False)
```

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