Was wondering how to do this in Cypher.

In a commutative diagram these paths represent equal morphisms.

This method is deprecated:

`MATCH p=(a{LaTeX:"A"})-[r*]->(b{LaTeX:"C"}) RETURN p`

Was wondering how to do this in Cypher.

In a commutative diagram these paths represent equal morphisms.

This method is deprecated:

`MATCH p=(a{LaTeX:"A"})-[r*]->(b{LaTeX:"C"}) RETURN p`

MATCH paths = (n1)-[*]-(n2)

RETURN paths SKIP x LIMIT 1

Replace x by 0, 1, 2, 3 for each path (query) you want to see on neo4j desktop.

OR

MATCH paths = (n1)-[*]-(n2)

RETURN paths

Will return all your paths in the Table tab view.

*But you will still see all your graph in the Graph tab view*

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