I just published a post ‘Property graphs and Elixir: Accessing Neo4j from Elixir with Bolt and Cypher’.
This post describes how to access Neo4j from Elixir with the Bolt protocol using the ‘bolt_sips’ package and how to query graphs using Cypher.
It then shows how to create a simple property graph (modified from an RDF graph) and how to import graphs and to parse out graphs from GraphGists.
And just as we can query property graphs from Elixir with Cypher, in previous posts I have also shown how Elixir can be used to query RDF graphs with SPARQL. It is therefore intriguing to consider what role Elixir could play in moving data between these two graph worlds.