The Graph of Thrones [Season 7 Contest]

Today launches the seventh season of “Game of Thrones” with many exciting developments awaiting the audience. Even if we might never see the last two books Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring published, the TV series producers march… Learn More →

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This Week in Neo4j – 8 July 2017

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. Featured Community Member: Cristina Escalante Every since Cristina met Max de Marzi in Chicago many years… Learn More →

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This week in Neo4j – 1 July 2017

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This weeks edition is not brought to you by Mark, because he’s busy taking care of… Learn More →

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Public Service Announcement: Neo4j Drivers 1.2 Release

We are happy to announce that all our officially supported Bolt drivers are now available as versions 1.2. With this release, we massively improved the way you write code to work with a cluster, introducing reusable “transaction functions” and built-in retry… Learn More →

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April is APOC Awareness Month – Publish and be Rewarded

April shares the first two letters with APOC, our community driven procedure and function library for Neo4j’s Cypher. That’s why I thought it would be a good idea to use the APOC spring release to kick off a of blossom… Learn More →

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The APOC Spring Release

Since version 3.0 you can extend Neo4j with user defined procedures, functions and going forward also aggregate functions. About a year ago during the 3.0 milestone phase, I started to work on the first set of graph refactoring procedures. These… Learn More →

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Cypher: LOAD JSON from URL AS Data

Neo4j’s query language Cypher supports loading data from CSV directly but not from JSON files or URLs. Almost every site offers some kind of API or endpoint that returns JSON and we can also query many NOSQL databases via HTTP… Learn More →

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The Neo4j-Docker Image You’ve Been Asking For: Now in Beta

In response to your many requests, we’re happy to announce our first semi-official (i.e. beta release) Neo4j-Docker image. It is semi-official, because it doesn’t yet come with guarantees or official customer support and has not been as battle-tested as the… Learn More →

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How to Export CSV from Neo4j with Curl, Cypher and JQ

I’ve often been asked how to export CSV data from Neo4j. Since we support multiple ways of importing CSV there should naturally be an easy way to export CSV as well. Here’s how you do it:

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Neo4j Java Object Graph Mapper 1.1.0 Released

Many of you might be aware of the effort, we’re putting behind the Spring Data Neo4j 4.0 development with our partner GraphAware. What you may not know, is that we learned from the past and separated the Object Graph Mapping… Learn More →

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The Neo4j-Slack Integration You’ve Been Waiting For (Is Here)

Update: You can now join our public neo4j-users Slack group, where this extension is installed. Our colleague Andreas, who loves Slack and brought it into our company, suggested the other day that we could build a Slack and Neo4j integration… Learn More →

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New on Neo4j: The Neo4j 2.3.0 Milestone 2 Release Is Here

If you haven’t heard already, the Neo4j 2.3 Milestone 2 release is now available. (Full disclosure: This milestone release is for development and experimentation only since not all features are in their finalized form. Click here to download the fully… Learn More →

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GraphHack Day Berlin

GraphHack Day Spending a whole day, a whopping 12 hours in total with people interested in learning Neo4j makes me a happy person. This year we returned to our favorite Space Station in Berlin c-base to host the Neo4j GraphHack-Day… Learn More →

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Using XRebel 2 with Neo4j

Originally posted on Better Software Development At Spring.IO in Barcelona I met my pal Oleg from ZeroTurnaround and we looked at how the newXRebel 2 integrates with Neo4j, especially with the remote access using the transactional Cypher http-endpoint. As you… Learn More →

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Winners of the Neo4j GraphGist Winter Challenge 2015

Winners of the Neo4j GraphGist Winter Challenge 2015 Every time we ask our community to participate in one of our challenges to share interesting graph models and use-cases, we’re amazed at the quality and thoughtfulness of the submissions. This year… Learn More →

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Webinar Follow-Up: RDBMS To Graph

First of all thanks so much for attending the webinar or now reading up on what I spoke about. We got an overwhelming number of questions which we couldn’t all answer in the short time. That’s why we want to… Learn More →

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Due to CEO Demand, Neo4j 2.2 Features Ascii-Art Graph-Browser

Due to CEO Demand, Neo4j 2.2 Features Ascii-Art Graph-Browser One hidden gem of the latest Neo4j 2.2.0 release is the built-in Ascii-Art rendering of the Neo4j Browser. This ties in nicely with the similar iconographic syntax of our Cypher Query… Learn More →

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Announcing Spring Data Neo4j 4.0!

Announcing Spring Data Neo4j 4.0! Over the last few months, the Neo4j engineers along with our friends GraphAware and Pivotal have been working on a ground-up reimplementation of Spring Data Neo4j (SDN) that is server-first and Cypher-centric. Today we are… Learn More →

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Neo4j at FOSDEM 2015

I just returned from this year’s FOSDEM conference in Brussels, Belgium and except for the weather, it was an awesome experience! Spending two days with thousands of passionate developers working on Open Source Software is just amazing. The GraphDevRoom, well… Learn More →

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GraphGist Winter Challenge

Last year we had an amazing turnout for our Winter GraphGist challenge, and received more than 65 submissions across 10 categories. Many of them were truly astonishing, which made it hard for us to select the winners. Now we want… Learn More →

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Natural Language Analytics made simple and visual with Neo4j

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… Learn More →

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Flexible Neo4j Batch Import with Groovy

Written by Michael Hunger, originally posted on his blog. You might have data as CSV files to create nodes and relationships from in your Neo4j Graph Database. It might be a lot of data, like many tens of million lines.… Learn More →

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Spring Data Neo4j Progress Update: SDN 3 & Neo4j 2

The 3.0.1 Release Spring Data Neo4j 3.0 was recently rolled out by the Spring Data team as part of the “Codd” release train of the Spring Data projects. We’re happy to announce this milestone, which can be used effective immediately… Learn More →

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Blog Post: Community Support

First of all, I want to say how happy I am to be part of such a great community around Neo4j. What makes the Neo4j community so impressive is not just the fact that many users apply graphs in so… Learn More →

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