This Week in Neo4j – World Cup Graph and GraphQL API, Tuning Cypher Queries, Querying Spatial datapoints

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we have the World Cup Graph and GraphQL API, an article explaining how to… Read more →

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Neo4j 3.4 Release Highlights in Less Than 8 Minutes [Video]

Hi everyone, My name is Ryan Boyd, and I’m on the Developer Relations team here at Neo4j. I want to talk with you today about our latest release Neo4j 3.4. Overview In Neo4j 3.4 we’ve made improvements across the entire… Read more →

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Neo4j Graph Database 3.4 GA Release: Everything You Need to Know

Author’s note: What a hectic week in the world of Neo4j! In addition to finalizing the delivery of Neo4j 3.4, we simultaneously built the GQL Manifesto, a call to support a common, unified Graph Query Language. Thank you to the… Read more →

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It’s Time for a Single Property Graph Query Language [Vote Now]

The time has come to create a single, unified property graph query language. Different languages for different products help no one. We’ve heard from the graph community that a common query language would be powerful: more developers with transferable expertise;… Read more →

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Introducing Neo4j Bloom: Graph Data Visualization for Everyone

Today at GraphTour San Francisco, CEO of Neo4j, Inc. Emil Eifrem announced the arrival of an entirely new product being added to the Neo4j Graph Platform: Neo4j Bloom. Neo4j Bloom is a breakthrough graph communication and data visualization product that… Read more →

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Meet SemSpect: A Different Approach to Graph Visualization [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Understanding large graphs is challenging. Sure, a proper Cypher query can retrieve valuable information. But how… Read more →

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Neo4j as a Critical Aspect of Human Capital Management (HCM)

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Luanne Misquitta at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary In this presentation, Luanne Misquitta shares her facility for engaging with the challenges of human capital management (HCM) in contemporary organizations using graph… Read more →

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Theo 4.0 Release: The Swift Driver for Neo4j

Last week, I wrote about Graph Gopher, the Neo4j client for iPhone. I mentioned that it was built alongside version 4.0 of Theo, the Swift language driver for Neo4j. Today, we’ll explore the Theo 4.0 update in more detail. But… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Property Based Access Control, Intro to Cypher, User Path Analysis

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we have a sneak peak at property based access control in Neo4j 3.4, user… Read more →

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Now You Can Express Cypher Queries in Pure Python using Pypher [Community Post]

Cypher is a pretty cool language. It allows you to easily manipulate and query your graph in a familiar – but at the same time – unique way. If you’re familiar with SQL, mixing in Cypher’s ASCII node and relationship… Read more →

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Graph Gopher: The Neo4j Browser Built on Swift for Your iOS Device [Community Post]

Graph Gopher is a Neo4j browser for iPhone that was recently released to the App Store. Graph Gopher lets you interact natively with your Neo4j graphs through easy browsing and quick entry for new nodes and relationships. It gives you… Read more →

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Achievement Unlocked:
1,000 Neo4j Certified Professionals

In January 2016 we launched the first-ever Neo4j Certification for professionals so that Neo4j experts could prove their know-how, and this week saw the 1000th person pass the test. The 1000th person to pass the test was Gábor Szárnyas, our… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – RMarkdown, New APOC release, Finding Duplicates

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we have a new release of APOC, Neo4j in RMarkdown, finding duplicate users, Cypher… Read more →

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What’s Waiting for You in the Latest Release of the APOC Library [March 2018]

The last release of APOC library was just before GraphConnect New York, and in the meantime quite a lot of new features made their way into our little standard library. We also crossed 500 GitHub stars, thanks everyone for giving… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – GraphTour, Google Cloud Functions, Visualizing Facebook Events

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. Neo4j GraphTour is here The Neo4j GraphTour gets started next week with our first stops in… Read more →

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Getting Started with Data Analysis using Neo4j [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Why Are We Doing This? Data analysis is the phenomenon of dissecting, structuring and understanding data.… Read more →

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Retail & Neo4j: Ecommerce Delivery Service Routing

As a retailer, if you think keeping up with Amazon is expensive and time-consuming, consider the alternative: extinction. When it comes to delivery and fulfillment, Amazon is the uncontested emperor of ecommerce. Yet, their efficiency in tracking and delivering orders… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – FOSDEM, Knowledge Graphs, Azure Template

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we’ve got the finalised FOSDEM Graph Processing Room schedule, an updated Azure template, knowledge… Read more →

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How to Import the Bitcoin Blockchain into Neo4j [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] This guide runs through the basic steps for importing the bitcoin blockchain into a Neo4j graph… Read more →

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Data Profiling: A Holistic View of Data using Neo4j

Summary Data profiling is a widely used methodology in the relational database world to analyse the structure, contents and metadata of a data source. Generally, data profiling consists a series of jobs executed upon the data source to collect statistics… Read more →

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Announcing the Neo4j GraphTour in 8+ Cities Worldwide

This spring, Neo4j is coming to a city near you to deliver a full day of sessions on how graph database technology is revolutionising the modern enterprise. The GraphTour Basics This one-day local event will turn you into a graph… Read more →

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The ICIJ Releases Neo4j Desktop Download of Paradise Papers

Early this morning (1 Dec.), the Pulitzer Prize-winning International Consortium for Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released an ICIJ version of Neo4j Desktop which includes the Paradise Papers and the other Offshore Leaks graph data. This desktop package – available for Windows,… Read more →

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Welcome to the Graph Community, Amazon Neptune!

This post originally appeared on Emil Eifrem’s CEO blog on 1 December 2017. Graph technology has come a long way, and today the transformative nature of graphs is publicly visible through examples such as financial fraud detection in Panama and… Read more →

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Analyzing the Paradise Papers with Neo4j: A Closer Look at Queries, Data Models & More

Our friends from the ICIJ (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists) just announced the Paradise Papers this past week, a new trove of leaked documents from the law firm Appleby and trust company Asiaciti. Similar to the Panama Papers before (which… Read more →

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Going Meta: Exploring the Neo4j Graph Database…as a Graph

The graph data model is inherently visual. Try explaining a graph to someone new. You’ll inevitably draw a picture, or wave your hands around to convey what you mean by ‘nodes… links…. and more nodes’. People think in graphs, and… Read more →

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