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Neo4j provides many tools for importing data, such as LOAD CSV (from Cypher queries) and the neo4j-admin import tool. It is also possible to import data from many other systems like ElasticSearch, SQL databases, MongoDB, and CouchBase (using an APOC procedures plugin). Finally, ETL tools like ...Read More
This Week in Neo4j – Versioning Approaches, Schema Based Access-Control, FOSDEM 2020, Streamlit
Hi graph gang, This week saw the official release of Neo4j 4.0, which you can learn more about in Dr Jim Webbers’s release post, based on his NODES 2019 keynote. Jim and co also will be presenting a webinar on the 4.0 release on 26th February 2020, so don’t forget to register for ...Read More
Welcome to this week's #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last time, our Editorial Assistant, Allison Wu, showcased our How-To video series featuring Neo4j Aura. Don’t miss that opportunity to become a Neo4j ...Read More