Building a graph of your data is fairly simple as the graph structure represents the real world much better than columns and rows of data. GraphGists are teaching tools which allow you to explore how data in a particular domain would be modeled as a graph and see some example queries of that graph data. Any developer can create a GraphGist by visiting portal.graphgist.org.
GraphGist Challenge Winners
Each year, we hold a GraphGist Challenge – inviting our global graphista community to document and explain how various types of data could be modeled in a graph. The last Challenge was announced in December 2015.
We had dozens of fantastic entries.
The grand-prize winner was Santa Claus is coming to… the Galaxy by Jorge Jorge Albarrán! The other winners can be found in the announcement blog post.
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–Supply Chain Management Globalization and outsourcing were the main drivers for increasing the complexity of supply cha…
–Geoptima Mobile Network Eventlog Collection This GraphGist describes one way of collecting and managing data for a hypothetical mobile netw… Author: Craig Taverner
– First Steps with Cypher This example walks you through the first steps with Cypher, creating a small social network and…Author: Michael Hunger
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