I am a brand newbie to graphs, been going through the articles, and playing around with Neo4j Desktop. I am trying to sketch out a basic model for a number of tests I have, where each test "steps" need to be considered (directional)
The one challenge I am facing is how to represent each test uniquely – so visually I can see which tests cover what nodes.
For example, let’s say I have a test Test1 which does the following “steps” - A, B, C, D, and E(sequentially in that order, so directional A-->B-->C-->D-->E
Another tests, Test2, does A-->F-->C-->D
If I consider A to F as nodes, then the directional flow is not clear – as someone can interpret that A-->F-->C-->D-->E is representing a test, when it is not.
If I tag the test “ID” as relation type, it gets messy. I also think that would be a “bad” way to model my data?
Any suggestions on how to get this in a way so that the graph shows the flow as well as distinct tests please or any articles I can read up on?
Thanks a lot in advance