Graphs are everywhere and data scientists are using graph technology to model the world as they explore complex datasets. Here, Ali Emre Varol unleashes the knowledge graph on a dataset representing the European gas distribution network. He performs exploratory data analysis with GDS 2.0 built-in algorithms to determine the most critical nodes, communities, and shortest paths. Cypher code samples and links to original sources are featured throughout.
Don’t miss this blog: The European Gas Network as a Knowledge Graph
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JOURNEYS IN JAVA, LEVEL 4: Building an Empire of MicroservicesIn the fourth article in a series of posts about building microservices in Java, Jennifer Reif continues adding services to the original application that served as the series’ point of departure. This time, she adds a new service to manage book authors.
KNOWLEDGE GRAPH: Explore the European Gas Network Via Neo4jAli Emre Varol uses Graph Data Science 2.0 to perform exploratory data analysis on the SciGRID_gas dataset using algorithms in GDS such as Page Rank, Degree Centrality, and Dijkstra to determine the most critical nodes in the network.
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VIDEO: 8 Tips and Experiences on Neo4j With JavaWhen creating your Neo4j project, Sebastian Daschner recommends the use of domain UI, OGM’s auto mapping, APOC, and time types. He suggests that you keep in mind multi-tenancy, production schema, and indexes.
NEO4J DEVTOOLS: “It’s Finally Spring Here” ReleaseA new version of Data Importer is here with improved “Empty ID” handling, so that empty strings – and any values of your choice – are treated as null values. We’ve also improved representation of partial mappings and errors, so that incomplete mappings get elegantly marked with a dashed line.
BLOOM SCENE ACTIONS: A Different Way to Interact With Your GraphUsing Cypher to enhance the capabilities of Bloom, Claudio Gallina demonstrates how Scene Action lets you execute a Cypher query contextually on a specific user selection of nodes and relationships in the scene.
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Write to Neo4j with Apache Hop. In this blog, Adalennis Buchillón Soris loads data to a Neo4j database from an Apache Hop environment.
Juan Guillermo Gómez uses several terraform scripts to create a Kubernetes Neo4j cluster on GCP. Check out the GitHub project.