Neo4j Learning Resources Neo4j Communities For everything Neo4j, check out our Neo4j Online Community to post or answer questions, review or create blog posts and other content, and see or share the latest project using Neo4j! There are also a… Read more →
Neo4j Learning Resources
For everything Neo4j, check out our Neo4j Online Community to post or answer questions, review or create blog posts and other content, and see or share the latest project using Neo4j!
There are also a few other ways to find Neo4j content listed below.
Our reference manual is vey comprehensive and the reference card is good to keep handy if you’re learning and using our query language.
Neo4j Graph Gist Examples
Neo4j Graph Gists are interactive, live graph examples for a variety of use-cases.
They are described by simple text documents containing data models and use cases in prose and pictures. More importantly they are visualized in interactive datasets (provided in Cypher) with live queries representing use-cases on that example data.
Neo4j Training Offerings
As an experienced Neo4j user you are eligible for taking the Neo4j Certification Exam to become a Certified Neo4j Professional. The exam is free of charge and can be retaken.
The in-person training classes give you access to Neo4j expert trainers:
The online course are a great way to get started in a self-paced fashion:
External Neo4j Tutorials
Provided by members of our community these courses on Neo4j cover different aspects in a variety of approaches.
Neo4j Podcasts / Interviews
We have a wide range of videos available which you can watch on your own time. Those videos support the learning experience and can deepen your understanding of certain topics.
There are more presentations available on our slideshare account.
Here are two recordings of our Chief Scientist which are not only informative but also entertaining.
Neo4j Cypher Resources
Neo4j’s query language is easy to learn and very powerful when it comes to expressing graph concepts for querying and updating data. There are a lot of resource available that cover various aspects of Cypher.
- Mark Needham on Cypher, Python, and R
- Max de Marzi on Performance, Ruby, Extensions
- Rik van Bruggen on Modeling, Cypher and Use-Cases
- Michael Hunger on Spring Data, Import, Cypher & more
- William Lyon on Twitter & Spatial
- Brian Underwood Neo4j & Ruby
- Nigel Small on Python
- Dave Fauth on Import and BitCoin
- Stefan Armbruster on Indexing, Extensions and Deployment
Friends of Neo4j
- Kenny Bastani on Modeling, Spark and Graph Processing
- Nicole White on R, Python and Cypher
- Wes Freeman on Cypher and Go
- Nick Manning on Go, MongoDB
- Christophe Willemsen on Visualization, PHP and Data Generation
- Dirk Mahler on Software-Analytics
- Steven Haines on Deployment, Virtualization
- Robin Bramley on Data Import, Access Control
- Ignaz Wanders on Impact Analysis and Breeding
- Stéphane Fréchette on RDMBS Import, Azure and Modeling
- Caleb Jones on Data Visualization, Astronomical Data
- Lorenzo Speranzoni on Art, Museums, and Spatial