If visualization is your interest, there are a number of tools to explore graphs. Neo's own Bloom, now integrated with the free desktop version is a great place to start. Another interesting option is Gephi. They've been around for a while and their latest evolution is worth a post to make sure we can avoid some frustrations getting setup.
Gephi is really a presentation tool for a graph database and has always had a nice relationship with Neo. They might be in a transitional point as you can learn from videos from their founders. But my reason for posting here, is to update information that's stale and sometimes misleading on the Neo4j.com website. If you are following the active links, it will confound you as it will also NOT work unless you're using Gephi 0.8 (today's version is 0.9).
In older versions of Gephi/Neo, there was a now-defunct way to integrate Gephi with Neo. You would use an apoc procedure titled: apoc.gephi.add. It required some configuration and this is all spelled out on the current Neo site. The problem is that this doesn't work on Gephi's latest releases (0.9) but does on 0.8 which is a real step down - so don't waste your time.
We have a terrific coder Oliver Rode to thank for a really nice integration approach that is way more comfortable to use for business users as it no longer depends on APOC being installed nor do you need anything but Neo to be running (you need to know Neo's BOLT config for setting things up).
Just go to gephi-neo4j-url-importer-plugin on GitHub and pull down the plugin and read the README and you'll be "painting" pretty views of your graph in no time.
NOTE: It works for Neo 3.x (I've tested for 3.5 and above but NOT for 4.x. I think this is probably a simple fix to the driver. Also, this plugin is for Gephi v0.9.
PS: if anyone from Neo is reading this, this link was my first hint as to the need for Neo to update their web pages related to Gephi. It's a deadend but at least helped me get to the Git site
Please update the docs on Gephi - either adding the integration for 0.9 or just replace the APOC ref as that's really not the version of Gephi folks will use. Thanks!