Here are a couple of highlights from this week’s content roundup.
There’s a tutorial by Sofia Vei and team analyzing Twitter data with nicely reusable Python utility functions that make the project useful for anyone doing similar ETL work. They do analysis in NEuler, the Graph Data Science Playground, and fancy visualization in GraphXR, both apps available in Neo4j Desktop.
Then, check out Tomaz Bratanic’s blog to make better use of chatbots. He uses a GPT-4 endpoint to generate Cypher, while the answers are generated with the gpt-3.5-turbo model based on the information from the database. All code is available on GitHub.Cheers,
COMING UP NEXT WEEK!
- Neo4j Live: Discovering AuraDB Free on April 24, 2023.
- Neo4j Live: BioCypher on April 25, 2023.
- MeetUp: Graph Data Science Overview on April 27, 2023.
- Michael and the Bot: Graph Coding with ChatGPT for Fun and Profit on April 27, 2023.
- Conference: GIDS 2023 on April 25 – 28, 2023.
- All Neo4j Events: Webinar, Live demos, and More.
- GraphSummit Series: Get Connected With Graphs.
FEATURED NODES SPEAKER: Christophe Willemsen
In his NODES 2022 presentation, he uses Neo4j with Docker and Docker compose, presenting tips and tricks on basic usage, an explanation of the Docker image itself, backups and restore and building custom images extending the official Neo4j image.. Watch his talk!
CHATGPT-4: Context-Aware Knowledge Graph Chatbot With GPT-4 and Neo4jTomaz Bratanic’s model sends the prompt and the dialogue history to GPT-4 endpoint to generate a Cypher statement. The returned Cypher statements are used to query the database to avoid chatbot hallucinations.
OPENSANCTIONS: An Open-Source Project About Financial RestrictionsFriedrich Lindenberg joins Alexander Erdl to discuss investigative journalism and showcase his project OpenSanctions. Together with OpenOwnership, which tracks company ownership registrations, the dataset is interesting to both investigative journalists and law enforcement.
NEO4J LIVE: CloudQuery
A HANDS-ON TUTORIAL: Unlocking Insights From Twitter Data With Neo4j
NEO4J v.5: What Happened With APOC?
TWEET OF THE WEEK: @olafhartongDon’t forget to retweet if you like it!
Making some more progress on visualizing the MDE data schema. Now also with a more custom UI and improved Neo4j schema. This example shows all memory-related events with their additional values pic.twitter.com/nAwx4GWkgG— Olaf Hartong (@olafhartong) April 13, 2023