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Graphs, GraphDBs and JavaScript

Graphs, GraphDBs and JavaScript

A look at graphs, graph databases, and JavaScript

Carlos Justiniano

February 22, 2017

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  1. $ docker pull neo4j:3.1.0 $ docker run -d -p 7474:7474

    -p 7687:7687 
 -v ~/data:/data --name neo4j neo4j:3.1.0
  2. Recap • We began our journey by learning about network

    graphs • We discovered that graphs are everywhere
  3. Recap • We also learned that we actually think in

    terms of graphs • We learned that graph databases are a natural extension for representing our data models and their relationships • Finally, we saw the power of using graph databases to better understand current events
  4. Next Steps • If you enjoyed this presentation say thanks

    by staring the github repo. https://github.com/cjus/node-neo4j-presentation • Visit the Neo4j website: https://neo4j.com/ • Download their free book: https://neo4j.com/graph-databases-book • Enroll in a free online training course: https://neo4j.com/ graphacademy/online-training/introduction-graph-databases
  5. Books • Graph Databases by Ian Robison, Jim Webber &

    Emil Eifrem • Learning Neo4j by Rik Bruggen • Linked: The New Science Of Networks Science Of Networks by Albert-laszlo Barabasi • The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell • Six Degrees: The Science of a Connected Age by Duncan J. Watts There a lots of books on Graphs and Graph Databases. 
 Here are just the ones I've read.
  6. Photos / diagrams created by the author or licensed from

 Trump caricature by Denys Almaral @cjus - github / twitter http://cjus.me