Graph creation - Cypher Queries

Table 1. Loading a named graph using Cypher queries:
Graph Algorithms v3.5 Graph Data Science v1.0

Basic Cypher queries, defining source and target:

CALL algo.graph.load(
  'myGraph',
  'MATCH (n:MyLabel)
   RETURN id(n) AS id',
  'MATCH (s)-[r:MY_RELATIONSHIP_TYPE]->(t)
   RETURN id(s) AS source, id(t) AS target',
  {
    graph: 'cypher'
  }
)
CALL gds.graph.create.cypher(
  'myGraph',
  'MATCH (n:MyLabel)
   RETURN id(n) AS id',
  'MATCH (s)-[r:MY_RELATIONSHIP_TYPE]->(t)
   RETURN id(s) AS source, id(t) AS target'
)

With concurrency property and Cypher query with relationship property:

CALL algo.graph.load(
  'myGraph',
  'MATCH (n:MyLabel)
   RETURN id(n) AS id',
  'MATCH (s)-[r:MY_RELATIONSHIP_TYPE]->(t)
   RETURN
     id(s) AS source,
     id(t) AS target,
     r.myProperty AS weight',
  {
    concurrency: 4,
    graph: 'cypher'
  }
)
CALL gds.graph.create.cypher(
  'myGraph',
  'MATCH (n:MyLabel)
   RETURN id(n) AS id',
  'MATCH (s)-[r:MY_RELATIONSHIP_TYPE]->(t)
   RETURN
     id(s) AS source,
     id(t) AS target,
     r.myProperty AS weight',
  {
    readConcurrency: 4
  }
)

Parallel loading:

CALL algo.graph.load(
  'myGraph',
  'MATCH (n:MyLabel)
   WITH * SKIP $skip LIMIT $limit
   RETURN id(n) AS id',
  'MATCH (s)-[r:MY_RELATIONSHIP_TYPE]->(t)
   WITH * SKIP $skip LIMIT $limit
   RETURN
     id(s) AS source,
     id(t) AS target,
     r.myProperty AS weight',
  {
    concurrency: 4,
    graph: 'cypher'
  }
)

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