As I mentioned in another post about a month ago I’ve been playing around with a neo4j graph in which I have the following relationship between nodes:
0 replies - 3692 views - 06/26/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
On my ThoughtWorks neo4j there are now two different types of
relationships between people nodes – they can either be colleagues or
one can be the...
0 replies - 2989 views - 06/25/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Sparsity Technologies has just launched the latest version of its high-performance graph database DEX. The
main novelty about the new 4.6 version is its...
0 replies - 1205 views - 06/20/12 by Damaris Coll in Announcements
The content of this article was originally written by the Neo4j Commuinty Team over at the Neo4j Blog. As many of you know Rickard Öberg did a lab project
0 replies - 3065 views - 06/19/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
There are numerous examples of problems which can be handled
efficiently by graph databases. A graph is made up of nodes and
relationships between nodes...
0 replies - 6239 views - 06/15/12 by Ralf Becher in Articles
Over the weekend I was trying to port some of the neo4j import code
for the ThoughtWorks graph I’ve been working on to make use of the REST Batch API and I...
0 replies - 5009 views - 06/14/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Given I think there is a shift afoot towards client-side MVC dealing in whole JSON
documents up and down the wire, I’m wondering if there is also need...
0 replies - 7075 views - 06/12/12 by Paul Hammant in Articles
The content of this article was originally published by Allison Sparrow on the Neo4j Blog.Heyo,
It's been a while, and I have missed you all. I am extremely...
1 replies - 5458 views - 06/10/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
At the core, Neo4jD uses Node and Relationship to
persist data to the Neo4j graph database. If you want to see how the core is
working then visit here.
1 replies - 3172 views - 06/04/12 by Sony Arouje in Articles
The content of ths article was originally written by Andreas Kolleger over at the Neo4j blog. Released today, Neo4j 1.8.M03 introduces the RELATE clause, a...
1 replies - 3508 views - 05/28/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
Redis is an open source, advanced key-value store. Node.js
fast, scalable network...
1 replies - 5554 views - 05/22/12 by Chad Lung in Articles
Claudio Martella introduces Apache Giraph which according to him is a loose implementation of Google Pregel which was introduced on SIGMOD in 2010. He...
2 replies - 5728 views - 05/21/12 by René Pickhardt in Articles
Two days ago I arrived in Erfurt in order to visit the federal competition young scientists (Jugend Forscht). I reported about the project typology by Till...
0 replies - 3381 views - 05/21/12 by René Pickhardt in Articles
It’s been a few months already since I published the last post but
that doesn’t mean that the development process of Bio4j was stopped,...
0 replies - 4760 views - 05/18/12 by Pablo Pareja Tobes in Articles
This video introduces Processing.js and follows up with an example visualization. Max also shows how this is connected to Neo4j via its REST API.
0 replies - 3796 views - 05/07/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles