Join William Lyon for an in-depth discussion in this video Update the data model, part of Database Clinic: Neo4J.
- [Instructor] I'm starting with the Neo4j Database,…that we left off with at the end of problem three.…It contains our population prediction by county dataset.…So, let's go ahead and select the correct…Neo4j Database directory for that.…In this case we called it, create database.…And, we'll start Neo4j.…Now, we have a new dataset,…the educational attainment and personal income file,…which I downloaded from the California Open Data Portal.…I move this file into the import directory…within our existing Neo4j Database directory.…
We can see this here, along with…the population prediction CSV file…that we've already imported.…We moved it into the import folder,…so that we can access that directly from Neo4j.…Let's take a look at the first few rows…of this data to get an idea of the format.…So, we can see that we have…year, age, gender, educational attainment,…personal income and population count fields.…And, we can see the format of that data.…
Here's a date format that we have for year,…age, there's actually an age range, gender.…
- Strengths and weaknesses of Neo4j
- Data modeling
- Creating a database
- Joining data sets
- Modeling data for joining data sets
- Searching a database
- CRUD operations
- Performing calculations
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Neo4j in Five Minutes
A brief overview of Neo4j3m 23s
2. Create a Database
3. Join Two Datasets
4. Search a Database
5. Create, Read, Update, and Delete Operations
6. Averages and Calculations
Next steps1m 44s
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