What’s happening this week? There’s our fully managed graph data science cloud service Neo4j AuraDS Enterprise, available on Microsoft Azure. Now, you can integrate, analyze, and manage your graph data science pipelines using Azure Machine Learning and Azure Synapse Analytics.
Here’s a big integration: BigQuery data and Neo4j. You can get started with a Neo4j Aura instance that connects to Google BigQuery by watching the video in the Demo section below. Or just click here.
If you’re in the mood to spin up an S3 bucket and AuraDB Free – and who isn’t? – the following blog is for you. Now that AuraDB supports AWS Managed Streaming for Kafka (MSK), you can create a graph with MSK Connect with our connector configured as a source and sink. More information here: Using Neo4j AuraDB as a Source and Sink for AWS MSK.
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COMING UP NEXT WEEK!
- Neo4j Live: CloudQuery on April 11, 2023.
- Training Series: Spring Data Neo4j on April 12, 2023.
- All Neo4j Events: Webinar, Live demos, and More.
- GraphSummit Series: Get Connected With Graphs.
FEATURED NODES SPEAKER: Adrien Sales
In his NODES 2022 presentation, he shows how to build an information system cartography solution on Neo4j that answers complex questions. Watch his talk!
LLMs: Creating a Knowledge Graph From Video Transcripts With GPT-4Instead of labeling a dataset and training a custom model, Tomaz Bratanic uses GPT-4 as a domain expert to model this dataset. He splits the video transcript into workable chunks in Python methods, controls the GPT-4 Entity and Relationship response with formatting instructions, and imports it into Neo4j with Cypher. Also, he sets up a graph validation model that directs entities to their video timeline extraction points.
DATA SCIENCE: How to Use Cypher Aggregations in Neo4j Graph Data ScienceIn this tutorial, Tomaz Bratanic explores the Cypher Aggregation projection option for projecting an in-memory graph in the Graph Data Science Library. It’s recommended to open a GDS project in Sandbox to follow along with the code.
TRAINING SERIES : Build a Routing Web Application
GRAPHQL: Visualizing GraphQL Query Data With Neo4j
GraphStuff.FM PODCAST: Graph Database Use Cases That Will Blow Your Mind
DEMO: Neo4j BigQuery
TWEET OF THE WEEK: @alepiadDon’t forget to retweet if you like it!
I'm meeting one of my senior students today to kickstart a project on neuro-symbolic knowledge retrieval.— Alejandro Piad Morffis (@alepiad) March 24, 2023
Current plan is to make Alpaca learn to query a neo4j database with Cypher and Python to answer precise queries on domain-specific knowledge bases.
Let's see how that goes.