Originally posted on Medium A summary of scenarios and benefits, told through customer stories. Neo4j is a graph database. According to independent site db-engines.com, as of December 2014 graph databases are by far the fastest growing database segment. Neo4j is… Learn More »

Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, has been named as a 2015 Technology of the year by InfoWorld Last year brought many successes as we grew and strengthened the three things we hold dearest: Our product, our community, and our personnel.… Learn More »

Flask, a popular Python web framework, has many tutorials available online which use an SQL database to store information about the website’s users and their activities.  While SQL is a great tool for storing information such as usernames and passwords,… Learn More »

Originally posted on the Linkurious Blog Call records are a great source of information on real life networks. We are going to see how graph technologies can be used to analyse these records in order to find potential criminals. That… Learn More »

Congratulations to FiftyThree, makers of Paper, Pencil and Mix for being named one of the Best Mobile Apps of 2014 by Fast Company! Mix, released last year, allows users to add to the designs of others and make them their… Learn More »

Written by Kenny Bastani, Originally posted on his blog PageRank is an important concept in computer science and modern technology. It is important because it is the underlying algorithm that mostly dictates what more than 3 billion users who use… Learn More »

Originally posted on the GrapheneDB Blog This post will explain how to import data from a CSV file into Neo4j. After outlining the steps to take, we list some special considerations for GrapheneDB users. One of the most important steps… Learn More »

Originally posted on Michael’s Blog I was really impressed by this blog post on Summarizing Opinions with a Graph from Max and always waited for Part 2 to show up    The blog post explains a really interesting approach by… Learn More »

Originally posted on the Neo4j.rb Blog Just three months since releasing 3.0, we’re proud to have Neo4j.rb 4.1, and Neo4j-core 4.0 released to the world. Are you excited? We’re stoked. Get it by changing your gemfile to gem ‘neo4j’, ‘~>… Learn More »

Written by Brian Underwood, originally posted on his blog. When using neo4j for the first time, most people want to import data from another database to start playing around. There are a lot of options including LOAD CSV, batch-import, and… Learn More »

Originally posted on the Keylines Blog Graph databases are great for understanding the richness and complexity of the world around us. Data that would previously be shoehorned into relational databases can now sit comfortably in a graph database and be… Learn More »

Even with the holiday vacation, the Neo4j community was hard at work producing some truly amazing graph projects. We’ve highlighted a few below from the community in case you missed one or want to check it out again! If you’d… Learn More »

Written by Rik Van Bruggen, Originally posted on his blog Prototyping a Graph Database Last night we did a great meetup in Amsterdam using a new, untested format. We had about 25-30 people attending, to try and prototype a graph… Learn More »

Written by Nicole White, originally posted on her blog. What’s New in RNeo4j? RNeo4j is Neo4j’s R driver – it allows you to quickly and easily interact with a Neo4j database from your R environment. Some recent updates to RNeo4j… Learn More »