apoc.nlp.aws.sentiment.graph

Procedure APOC Full

Creates a (virtual) sentiment graph for provided text

Signature

apoc.nlp.aws.sentiment.graph(source :: ANY?, config = {} :: MAP?) :: (graph :: MAP?)

Input parameters

Name Type Default

source

ANY?

null

config

MAP?

{}

Output parameters

Name Type

graph

MAP?

Install Dependencies

The NLP procedures have dependencies on Kotlin and client libraries that are not included in the APOC Library.

These dependencies are included in apoc-nlp-dependencies-4.1.0.4.jar, which can be downloaded from the releases page. Once that file is downloaded, it should be placed in the plugins directory and the Neo4j Server restarted.

Setting up API Key

We can generate an Access Key and Secret by following the instructions at docs.aws.amazon.com/IAM/latest/UserGuide/id_credentials_access-keys.html. Once we’ve done that, we can populate and execute the following commands to create parameters that contains these details.

The following define the apiKey and apiSecret parameters
:param apiKey => ("<api-key-here>");
:param apiSecret => ("<api-secret-here>");

Alternatively we can add these credentials to apoc.conf and retrieve them using the static value storage functions. See Static Value Storage.

apoc.conf
apoc.static.aws.apiKey=<api-key-here>
apoc.static.aws.apiSecret=<api-secret-here>
The following retrieves AWS credentials from apoc.conf
RETURN apoc.static.getAll("aws") AS aws;
Table 1. Results
aws

{apiKey: "<api-key-here>", apiSecret: "<api-secret-here>"}

Usage Examples

The examples in this section are based on the following sample graph:

CREATE (:Article {
  uri: "https://neo4j.com/blog/pokegraph-gotta-graph-em-all/",
  body: "These days I’m rarely more than a few feet away from my Nintendo Switch and I play board games, card games and role playing games with friends at least once or twice a week. I’ve even organised lunch-time Mario Kart 8 tournaments between the Neo4j European offices!"
});

CREATE (:Article {
  uri: "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Switch",
  body: "The Nintendo Switch is a video game console developed by Nintendo, released worldwide in most regions on March 3, 2017. It is a hybrid console that can be used as a home console and portable device. The Nintendo Switch was unveiled on October 20, 2016. Nintendo offers a Joy-Con Wheel, a small steering wheel-like unit that a Joy-Con can slot into, allowing it to be used for racing games such as Mario Kart 8."
});

We can use this procedure to automatically store the sentiment and its score.

By default, a virtual graph is returned, but the graph can be persisted by specifying the write: true configuration. The sentiment is stored in the sentiment property and the score for that sentiment in the sentimentScore property.

The following returns a graph with the sentiment for the Pokemon article:

MATCH (a:Article {uri: "https://neo4j.com/blog/pokegraph-gotta-graph-em-all/"})
CALL apoc.nlp.aws.sentiment.graph(a, {
  key: $apiKey,
  secret: $apiSecret,
  nodeProperty: "body",
  write: true
})
YIELD graph AS g
UNWIND g.nodes AS node
RETURN node {.uri, .sentiment, .sentimentScore} AS node;
Table 2. Results
node

{sentiment: "Positive", sentimentScore: 0.6660025119781494, uri: "https://neo4j.com/blog/pokegraph-gotta-graph-em-all/"}

If we want to stream back the sentiment and apply custom logic to the results, see apoc.nlp.aws.sentiment.stream.