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Neo4j News: GQL to incorporate and consider several graph database languages.

GQL Is Now a Global Standards Project alongside SQL

The votes are in. This past June, national standards bodies around the world – belonging to ISO/IEC's Joint Technical Committee 1 (responsible for IT standards) – began voting on the GQL project proposal. Graph Query Language (GQL) is a new language being developed and maintained by the... read more

Get the full schedule of online talks for NODES 2019.

NODES 2019: Announcing 52 Online Talks from Leading Graph Experts

On Thursday, October 10th, we’ll be gathering developers from all around the world for the first-ever *FREE* Neo4j Online Developer Conference: NODES 2019! We're happy to announce that we've selected 52 talks to be presented from speakers in 10+ countries, including the keynote from our CEO... read more


This Week in Neo4j – NODES 2019 Preview: GRANDstack, Building a Data Warehouse with Neo4j, Scale up your D3 graph visualisation

This week we preview the GRANDstack and GraphQL talks at the NODES 2019 conference and we learn how to build a data warehouse with Neo4j. Stefan Dreverman continues his series on building questionnaires using Neo4j, Jan Zak teaches us how to scale up d3.js graph visualisations, and we have... read more



Learn more about implementing graph embeddings in Neo4j.

DeepWalk: Implementing Graph Embeddings in Neo4j

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,... read more


Learn 15 aspects of a native graph database.

It’s All in the Relationships: 15 Rules of a Native Graph Database

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... read more