Trying to get a clear understanding of what happens when a graph is created in GDS and what are the limits of the nodes and relationships included.
From the documentation (just to prove I am actually reading it. The following example is given.
CALL gds.graph.create.cypher( 'my-cypher-graph', 'MATCH (n) WHERE n:Author OR n:Article OR n:Book RETURN id(n) AS id, labels(n) AS labels', 'MATCH (n:Author)-[r:WROTE]->(m) RETURN id(n) AS source, id(m) AS target' )
- Am I correct in understanding the ONLY type of nodes in the created graph are Author, Article and Book?
- Are the relationships included between those nodes limited to :WROTE? For example if there was another relationship :Is_published_in that connects articles and and books, that relationship would not be included in the created graph, correct?
- Does the variable r in the [r:WROTE] have any function in the created map since it is not, id, source, or target?
- Is there any way ti visualize the created graph in the desktop browser? This would help me check if I am getting what I think I want.