#GraphCast: How to Use Neo4j Data Importer

Welcome to this week’s #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight.

Last time, our Content Coordinator, Molly Faris, showed us GraphAware’s really cool music knowledge graph.

This week, we launched the new no-code Neo4j Data Importer, so let’s take a look at how it works.

Greg King walks us through how to use Neo4j Data Importer in 3 simple steps:
    1. Load data from flat files (.csv and .tsv).
    2. Define a graph model and map your data to it.
    3. Import the data into your AuraDB database (or your self-hosted Neo4j instance).
Neo4j Data Importer is now available in AuraDB. Get started with your free cloud instance here.

To use Data Importer on a self-hosted Neo4j instance, visit https://data-importer.graphapp.io for non-secure instances or https://data-importer.graphapp.io for secure instances.

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