Network analysis of ArXiv dataset to create a search and recommendation engine
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by tbgraph
3y ago
Learn how to import, clean, and analyze ArXiv dataset in Neo4j. In the last step, you will learn how to create a search and recommendation engine for articles. In Europe, we are deep in the second wave of Covid lockdown. I’ve seen some motivational speakers talk about using this time and learning a new skillset ..read more
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Dump and load a database in Neo4j Desktop
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by tbgraph
4y ago
Have you ever wanted to share a database you created in Neo4j Desktop with your colleague but not sure exactly how to go about it? Maybe you want to clone the database locally to perform various write operations without affecting the original database? If you are one of those guys, this is the post for ..read more
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Traveling tourist part 2: Exploring Pathfinding Graph Algorithms
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by tbgraph
4y ago
In the first part of the series, we constructed a knowledge graph of monuments located in Spain from WikiData API. Now we’ll put on our graph data science goggles and explore various pathfinding algorithms available in the Neo4j Graph Data Science library. To top it off, we’ll look at a brute force solution for a Santa Claus problem. Now, you ..read more
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Traveling tourist Part 1: Import WikiData to Neo4j with Neosemantics library
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by tbgraph
4y ago
After a short summer break, I have prepared a new blog series. In this first part, we will construct a knowledge graph of monuments located in Spain. As you might know, I have lately gained a lot of interest and respect for the wealth of knowledge that is available through the WikiData API. We will continue ..read more
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Lord of the Wiki Ring: Importing Wikidata into Neo4j and analyzing family trees
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by tbgraph
4y ago
After so much success of my previous lengthy post about combining NLP techniques and graphs, I have prepared another exhaustive post for you. We will go over a couple of topics. We will begin by importing the data into Neo4j via the WikiData API. By the time we are done, we will scrape most of ..read more
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Node embeddings: Node2vec with Neo4j
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by tbgraph
4y ago
My last blog post about combining graphs with NLP techniques was the most successful by far. It motivated me to write more about this topic. During my research, I stumbled upon the node2vec algorithm and noticed how easy it would be to implement it with Neo4j and Graph Data Science library. I guess that left ..read more
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NLP and graphs go hand in hand with Neo4j and APOC
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by tbgraph
4y ago
Get ready, as today we will be roleplaying Neo from the Matrix. After he has had his moment of revelation, Neo realizes that even though the world seems very unstructured and random, there is a structured green code hiding behind all this disarray. We will take his knowledge of finding hidden structures in chaos and ..read more
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Presenting multiple node label support and graph mutability features of the Neo4j Graph Data Science in the Star Wars universe
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by tbgraph
4y ago
Just recently, the v1.1.0 version of the Neo4j Graph Data Science was released. I decided to take a short break from watching the Joy of Painting by Bob Ross, which I highly recommend, and inspect some of the new features. For me, the most anticipated new feature is the ability to filter nodes by labels ..read more
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Analyzing multigraphs in Neo4j Graph data science library
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by tbgraph
4y ago
When times are tough, I think it is essential to focus on our relationships. Some of us concentrate more on social interactions. Others like to play around with neurons, while some just want to look at cute animals. No matter your network preference, I would like to help you reflect on those relationships and find ..read more
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How to use Cypher projection in Neo4j Graph Data Science library on a Lord of the Rings social network
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by tbgraph
4y ago
Continuing the introduction of the Neo4j Graph data science library graph catalog feature from the last blog post, where we took a deep dive in Native projections, we will take a look at Cypher projection in this blog post. It is the more expressive variant of the graph projection and allows us to project virtual graphs as well. Graph import We will be using some procedures from the APOC library in our import statement. I have gotten so used to always having APOC around, that I rarely even mention it individually. It contains so many awesome procedures, it is hard to imagine life without it. I ..read more
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