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Identify Boundary Labels

You can see the edge labels by using the pdegplot function with the EdgeLabels name-value pair set to 'on':


For 3-D problems, set the FaceLabels name-value pair to 'on'.

For example, look at the edge labels for a simple annulus geometry:

e1 = [4;0;0;1;.5;0]; % Outside ellipse
e2 = [4;0;0;.5;.25;0]; % Inside ellipse
ee = [e1 e2]; % Both ellipses
lbls = char('outside','inside'); % Ellipse labels
lbls = lbls'; % Change to columns
sf = 'outside-inside'; % Set formula
dl = decsg(ee,sf,lbls); % Geometry now done