List/Grid Tag Archives: Neo4j

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Graph Processing: Betweeness Centrality – neo4j’s cypher vs graphstream

Last week I wrote about the betweenness centrality algorithm and my attempts to understand it using graphstream and while reading the source I realised that I might be able to put something ...
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Neo4j Java REST Binding – Part 2 (Batching)

In Part 1, we talked about setting up a connection to the Neo4j Server using the Java REST Binding. Let’s now go into some details about transactions, batching, and what the REST ...
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Getting started with the Neo4j Java Rest Binding (Heroku deployment)

Believe it or not, the last couple of days were my first attempt at using Neo4j’s Java Rest Binding. My earlier application on Heroku, Flavorwocky, used the Grails Neo4j plugin and ...
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Mini Search Engine – Just the basics, using Neo4j, Crawler4j, Graphstream and Encog

Continuing to chapter 4 of Programming Collection Intelligence  (PCI) which is implementing a search engine. I may have bitten off a little more than I should of in 1 exercise. Instead ...
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Testing Spring Data Neo4j Applications with NoSQLUnit

Spring Data Neo4j is the project within Spring Data project which provides an extension to the Spring programming model for writing applications that uses Neo4j as graph database. To ...
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Optimizing Neo4j Cypher queries

Last week, I spent a good number of hours trying to optimize around 20 Cypher queries that were performing disastrously(36866ms to 155575ms) with data from a live system. After some ...
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Flavor of the month – Neo4j and Heroku

Neo4j launched a challenge earlier this year called “Seed the Cloud” to get folks to create templates or demo applications on Heroku using the Neo4j add-on. After much internal ...
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Domain modeling with Spring Data Neo4j

Hi all, Willie here. Last time I told you that I’m building the Skybase CMDB using Neo4j and Spring Data Neo4j, and I was excited to get a lot of positive feedback about that. I showed ...
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