Neo4j: The Leading Graph Database
Purpose-built to work with highly connected data, Neo4j delivers lightning‑fast performance and enables powerful, actionable insights.
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Almost a decade ago, Neo4j took off as a transactional graph database management platform. Just a year after its initial launch, a new, powerful query language called Cypher was introduced to allow expressive, efficient querying and other interactions with the graph data in Neo4j. Today, Neo4j ...Read More
Like a complex system grid or an air-traffic-control map, a graph database is represented as a network of nodes and connections called a labeled property graph. The nodes, which appear as circles or squares, represent entities such as people, products, companies or orders. In Neo4j, the connections ...Read More
This Week in Neo4j – NODES 2019 Preview: Modeling, Network analysis of Prisoners of Zenda, Building a Questionnaire with Neo4j
Hello everybody! I’m back after a few weeks off. Thanks to Jennifer and Will for writing TWIN4j in my absence, I enjoyed reading their take on the week’s graph related news. This week we preview the modeling talks at the NODES 2019 conference and we have network analysis of the ...Read More