To display the nodes with the most properties defined, run the following Cypher:

MATCH (n)
RETURN labels(n), keys(n), size(keys(n)), count(*)
ORDER BY size(keys(n)) DESC

Representative output is similar to:

labels(n) keys(n) size(keys(n)) count(*)

[Movie]

[TotalRevenue, year_of_release, name, id]

4

1

[Movie]

[TotalRevenue, name, id]

3

2

[Artist]

[name, year]

2

4

The first row of output indicates that there is a Label named Movie, which has 4 properties (TotalRevenue, year_of_release, name, id) and there is 1 node defined with that Label and those properties.

The second row of output indicates that there is a Label named Movie which has 3 properties (TotalRevenue, name, id) and there are 2 nodes defined as such.

The third row of output indicates that there is a Label named Artists which has 2 properties (name, year) and there are 4 nodes defined as such.

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Author:
Dana Canzano
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