I project a graph in python like this:

G, res = gds.graph.project(

"graph", # Graph name

"movie", # Node projection

"times" # Relationship projection

)

but G.relationship_properties('times') = .Actually it has a propertity "weight" like 1.5,2.5......

why and how to fix it?

Thank you very much !

Hi @2040688118

You can project properties using a dict - The graph object - Neo4j Graph Data Science Client

Have a look at the extended example here: https://neo4j.com/docs/graph-data-science/current/graph-project/#relationship-projection-syntax

You can pass in either a `String: ""`

, `List: []`

or `Dict/Map: {}`

for Node & Relationship Projection.

So you could do:

```
G, res = gds.graph.project(
"graph", # Graph name
"movie", # Node projection
{
times: {
type: times,
orientation: <orientation>, # NATURAL, UNDIRECTED, REVERSE
aggregation: <aggregation-type>, # NONE, MIN, MAX, SUM, SINGLE, COUNT.
properties: {
weight: {
property: weight,
defaultValue: <fallback-value>, # Float or Integer
aggregation: <aggregation-type> # NONE, MIN, MAX, SUM, SINGLE, COUNT.
}
}
}
} # Relationship projection
)
```

It's worth noting that to help differentiate, `:Labels`

should follow `CamelCase`

& `:RELATIONSHIP_TYPES`

should be in `UPPERCASE_WITH_UNDERSCORES`

. It'll help in the long run with differentiating :)

Hope this helps!

Cheers!