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Cypher is a pretty cool language. It allows you to easily manipulate and query your graph in a familiar – but at the same time – unique way. If you're familiar with SQL, mixing in Cypher's ASCII node and relationship characters becomes second nature, allowing you to be very productive early on. A queryRead More
Graph Gopher is a Neo4j browser for iPhone that was recently released to the App Store. Graph Gopher lets you interact natively with your Neo4j graphs through easy browsing and quick entry for new nodes and relationships. It gives you a full Cypher client at your fingertips and fast editing of yourRead More
We'll get straight to the point: We're looking for a student willing to participate to Google Summer of Code to develop a integration of RDKit into Neo4j. The project will be supported by one of the largest chemistry companies of the world, one of the main developers of RDKit and Neo4j, Inc. whoRead More