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It's unclear what do you mean under "distinguish". If it's about creation/generation of unlabeled graphs, then both Graph or DiGraph produce unlabeled (di)graphs unless one specifies labels for vertices and/or edges. If it's about comparison of unlabeled graphs, then this can be done via comparison of their canonical labels (`.canonical_label()'). So, example of what you want to achieve would be helpful.

It's unclear what do you mean under "distinguish". If it's about creation/generation of unlabeled graphs, then both Graph or DiGraph produce unlabeled (di)graphs unless one specifies labels for vertices and/or edges. If it's about comparison of unlabeled graphs, then this can be done via comparison of their canonical labels (`.canonical_label()'). (.canonical_label()). So, example of what you want to achieve would be helpful.

It's unclear what do you mean under "distinguish". If it's about creation/generation of unlabeled graphs, then both Graph or DiGraphmany graph construction methods produce unlabeled (di)graphs unless one specifies labels for vertices and/or edges. (di)graphs. If it's about comparison of unlabeled graphs, then this can be done via comparison of their canonical labels (.canonical_label()). So, example of what you want to achieve would be helpful.