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Introduction to Neo4j - Phoenix, AZ | Training To You | Terça, 30. Julho 2019


Introduction to Neo4j



Duration: 8-hours/1 day
Skill Level: Beginner

Audience for this course: Developers, Architects, Administrators, Data Scientists, Data Analysts
Course Description
This course introduces you to what a graph database is and how Neo4j is used in many enterprises to implement key use cases. You will learn about the differences between a relational data model and a graph property model. Then, you will learn about the components of the Neo4j Graph Platform and how to set up your development environment for learning Cypher, the query language used for a Neo4j database (a graph). The main focus of this course is to learn Cypher. You will learn through hands-on exercises how to write Cypher queries to retrieve data from the Neo4j database. Next, you will learn how write Cypher statements to create, update, and delete data in the Neo4j database. Finally, you will learn how to add constraints and indexes to a Neo4j database, how to monitor queries, and how to import relational CSV data into a Neo4j database.
Course Modules:

Introduction to Graph Databases
Introduction to Neo4j
Setting Up Your Development Environment
Introduction to Cypher
Getting More Out of Queries
Creating Nodes and Relationships
Getting More Out of Neo4j

At the completion of this course, you should be able to:


Describe what a graph database is and the graph property model.


Describe the features of Neo4j and the components of the Neo4j Graph Platform.


Set up your development environment with Neo4j Desktop or a Neo4j Sandbox.


Write basic Cypher queries to retrieve nodes and relationships from the Neo4j database.


Write advanced Cypher queries where you control the query processing and how results are returned.


Write Cypher statements to create, update, and delete nodes, relationships and properties in the Neo4j database.


Write Cypher statements to:



Use parameters.


Analyze and monitor queries.


Create constraints and indexes for the Neo4j database.


Import CSV data into the Neo4j database.