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By Chris Kemper

Starting Neo4j is your advent on this planet of graph databases, and the advantages they could carry for your functions. Neo4j is the main verified graph database out there, and it’s consistently bettering to deliver extra of its advantages to you. This publication will take you from the set up of Neo4j via to development an entire software with Neo4j at its middle, and every little thing in between.

Using this e-book, you’ll get every little thing up and working, after which find out how to use Neo4j to accumulate thoughts, relationships, and calculate the shortest path among destinations. With instance info versions, top practices, and an software placing every little thing jointly, this booklet offers you every little thing you must fairly start with Neo4j.

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Within the result set, the columns are whatever you have returned, so in this case it is `n` which is what I specified in the return statement. Each row with the results is a node, and each item within a row is the properties of the node being returned.

Before we go into the specifics of the different parts of the query, let’s look at an example query, and break down the components of it to make going through it later easier. Since it was used previously we’ll go with the following query: MATCH (n) RETURN n; The query in this case starts with MATCH which is a clause, and a query must start with one, so other possible options are CREATE and BLAH. If you didn’t start with a clause, then Cypher wouldn’t know what to do with the rest of the query, so just think of it as an instruction.

Although installing on your host system is perfectly fine, if you haven’t tried Vagrant, I’d highly recommend it. I’ve of course given my Vagrant box repository as the example project, however you can use Vagrant to install anything you’d like. You can either write your own or use one from the community. It’s a brilliant resource, and the more people use it (or something similar) the sooner we’ll get rid of the whole “Well, it works on my machine” discussion, which has been going on a little long now.

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