1st Steps with Graphcool’s GraphQL Command-Line Interface [Community Post]

This blog post was originally published on Medium by Michael Hunger and is used with permission. Graphcool released it’s GraphQL command-line tools two days ago, so I thought it would be nice to see how well they work, especially with… Learn More →

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An Introduction & Tutorial for Structr 2.1

In one of our previous blog posts, we promised to write more about new features of our upcoming release of Structr, version 2.1, so here we are. New Tutorial But before we dive into the details, we’d like to to… Learn More →

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Couchbase & JDBC Integrations for Neo4j 3.x

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Lorenzo Speranzoni at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: Converting JSON documents into nodes Couchbase integration architecture How the JDBC driver makes use of the Bolt… Learn More →

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Introducing GraphAware Databridge: Graph Data Import Made Simple

GraphAware is a Gold sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Meet their team on October 13-14th at the Hyatt Regency SF. Introduction Until now, Neo4j users wanting to import data into Neo4j have been faced with two choices: Create Cypher statements… Learn More →

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New Cypher Features Inspired by GraphQL [Neo4j 3.1 Preview]

When GraphQL was published as part of Facebook’s React efforts, it made a big buzz as an straightforward means to declare what kind of projection of your domain data you need for a certain UI component. Using a JSON-like syntax… Learn More →

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Effective Bulk Data Import into Neo4j

Mark Needham: Today we’re going to look at how to import a dataset from Stack Overflow into Neo4j: Stack Overflow is an online community where programmers both post and answer questions on a variety of developer topics. Neo4j has become… Learn More →

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Non-Text Discovery with ConceptNet as a Neo4j Database [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.] The Problem of Discovery Discovery, especially non-text discovery, is hard. When looking for a cool T-shirt,… Learn More →

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How to Monitor Neo4j-Based Application Performance with Ruxit [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.] Over the past few years, Neo4j has become the standard for efficiently modeling graph-based data. In… Learn More →

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From the Neo4j Community: September 2015

Autumn is in full swing and as we continue to gather all the slides and videos from GraphConnect San Francisco (coming soon!), it’s time to look back at all of the amazing contributions from the Neo4j community this past September.… Learn More →

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Breaking Down Crime Networks with Tom Sawyer Perspectives

Editor’s Note: Tom Sawyer Software is a Gold sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet the Tom Sawyer team and other sponsors in person. Figure 1. Crime Network Data Visualization showing Offenders, Offenses and their Relationships Figure… Learn More →

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Uncovering Open Source Community Stories with 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.] Every dataset has a story to tell — we just need the right tools to find… Learn More →

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Cypher: LOAD JSON from URL AS Data

Neo4j’s query language Cypher supports loading data from CSV directly but not from JSON files or URLs. Almost every site offers some kind of API or endpoint that returns JSON and we can also query many NOSQL databases via HTTP… Learn More →

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How to Export CSV from Neo4j with Curl, Cypher and JQ

I’ve often been asked how to export CSV data from Neo4j. Since we support multiple ways of importing CSV there should naturally be an easy way to export CSV as well. Here’s how you do it:

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The Neo4j-Slack Integration You’ve Been Waiting For (Is Here)

Update: You can now join our public neo4j-users Slack group, where this extension is installed. Our colleague Andreas, who loves Slack and brought it into our company, suggested the other day that we could build a Slack and Neo4j integration… Learn More →

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Polyglot Persistence Case Study: Wanderu + Neo4j + MongoDB

Every language and data storage solution has its strengths. After all, no single solution is most performant and cost-effective for every possible task in your application. In order to tap into the varying strengths of different data storage solutions, your… Learn More →

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Webinar Follow-Up: RDBMS To Graph

First of all thanks so much for attending the webinar or now reading up on what I spoke about. We got an overwhelming number of questions which we couldn’t all answer in the short time. That’s why we want to… Learn More →

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Neo4j 2.0.0-M06 – Introducing Neo4j’s Browser

Type in a Cypher query, hit <enter>, then watch a graph visualization unfold. Want some data? Switch to the table view and download as CSV. Neo4j’s new Browser interface is a fluid developer experience, with iterative query authoring and graph… Learn More →

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