This Week in Neo4j – Neo4j GraphQL 1.0, GraphStuff.FM, RDBMS to Graph, Art History in VR

Hello, everyone! In this week’s episode, Neo4j Engineering announced the official release of the product-supported Neo4j GraphQL library, complete with new features, docs, and a migration guide. Will and Lju published another podcast episode for GraphStuff.FM on determining a good… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Hackathon, SQL Server to Neo4j, Hexology Startup, Recap GGCD 2021

Hello, everyone! In this week’s episode, Tara gives us details on the Leonard Euler Idea Contest – registrations now open! Hadi published an article on how to export indexes and constraints from SQL Server graph tables to Neo4j. Darrel explains… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Building Spatial Search Algorithms for Neo4j, Colruyt Data Science assignment, GR-R-ANDstack, Releases of APOC and Halin

Hi graph gang, In this week’s video from the NODES 2019 conference, Craig Taverner demonstrates a new library that we’ve been working on to prototype new spatial algorithms. Tomaz Bratanic builds a graph analytics pipeline to explore the transport system… Read more →

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Driving Predictive Analytics with the Power of Neo4j

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Blake Nelson and Deve Palakkattukudy at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Agero has been the industry leader in roadside assistance for the last 40 years. Much of their business depends… Read more →

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Geospatial Indexing US Congressional Districts with Neo4j-spatial

In this post I will show you how we can use geospatial indexing with Neo4j. We will extend the legis-graph dataset (a graph of US Congress), adding US Congressional districts to the graph. We will use neo4j-spatial, a plugin for… Read more →

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Using (Spring Data) Neo4j for the Hubway Data Challenge

Using (Spring Data) Neo4j for the Hubway Data Challenge Using Spring Data Neo4j it was incredibly easy to model and import the Hubway Challenge dataset into a Neo4j graph database, to make it available for advanced querying and visualization. The… Read more →

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Neo4j Spatial: Finding Things Close to Other Things

Geography is a natural domain for graphs and graph databases. So natural, in fact, that early map users of Neo4j simply rolled their own map support. However, it takes some effort to deal with spatial indexes, geometries and topologies, and… Read more →

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