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This Week in Neo4j -12th May 2018

Discover what's new in the Neo4j community for the week of 12 May 2018, including a hands on tutorial of Neo4j Bloom, a new release of Popoto – the visual query builder for Neo4j. We also learn how to build a personalised recommender as well as parse Neo4j’s query log.

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This Week in Neo4j -12th May 2018

  1. 1. This Week in Neo4j 12th May 2018
  2. 2. The week's graph database news in one handy slide deck!
  3. 3. Find the archive at
  4. 4. Featured community member: Thomas Frisendal Learn more about Thomas
  5. 5. Rik has been busy putting Neo4j Bloom through its paces with a two part tutorial in which he shows how to explore the Belgian Beer Graph. He gives an introduction to the basic functionality before explaining the more advanced custom search phrases feature. Hands on with Neo4j Bloom and the Belgian Beer Graph Read the blog post
  6. 6. Building a Recommender Using Neo4j Grace Tenorio shared the slides from her talk at Women Who Code Toronto. Grace shows how to build a recommendation engine for an online grocery store using different approaches including user-user collaborative filtering and K nearest neighbours. Get the slides
  7. 7. This week Ciminera Frederic released version 2.0 of Popoto, a visual query builder for Neo4j. This release sees an update to d3 v5, donut representation of node relations around the node in graph, and support for ‘not’, ‘and’, ‘or’ constraints. Popoto 2.0 Released Download the latest version
  8. 8. Our customer success team share a script that helps you make sense of the Neo4j query log. The script summarises the total number of queries, their running time, the date and time of the first and last queries, and more. Analysing the Neo4j Query Log Read the Knowledge Base article
  9. 9. Detecting Data Models using Graph Algorithms Read the blog post Thomas Frisendal published an article in which he shows how to use the betweenness and closeness centrality graph algorithms to explore data models. He also explains the advantages of using graph databases for Master Data Management projects.
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