Graph Analytics with Neo4j: An Introduction to Graph Databases & Neo4j

Neo4J 4.3.6    |    Beginner
  • 14 videos | 1h 47m 29s
  • Includes Assessment
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This course serves as a quick introduction to the concepts around graph databases, their use cases, and gives you a glimpse into the Neo4j graph database. Explore a theoretical overview of graphs, including how information is stored as nodes and edges, and how graph databases emphasize the connections between entities. Learn about a specific graph database, Neo4j, which is among the most mature and widely used out in the market. Practice the installation and setup of such a database, and look into the UI-based applications available to interact with it - namely the Neo4j Desktop and Neo4j browser. Moving on, examine some basic database administration tasks such as creating a local database and connecting to a remotely hosted one. Finally, delve into the fundamentals of querying a Neo4j database using its own Cypher query language. Upon completion you'll be able to recognize the strengths and use cases for graph databases and to set up and use Neo4j Desktop

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discover the key concepts covered in this course
    Describe the structure and components of a graph
    Recognize the different types of graphs based on the relationships between the nodes
    Compare and contrast graph databases and relational data structures
    Describe the properties and features of the neo4j graph database
    Set up neo4j desktop on your machine
    Create a database management system from a dump file in neo4j desktop
  • Recognize the features including supporting apps which are available when using neo4j desktop
    Describe how nodes and relationships are rendered when queries are run against a neo4j database
    Use the neo4j browser to run simple queries using the cypher query language
    Search for nodes in a neo4j database based on a pattern of relationships between the nodes
    Access a hosted database on a remote server from your local neo4j desktop
    View the documentation for various neo4j commands and cypher queries using the help feature
    Summarize the key concepts covered in this course

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