I wonder if there is a more elegant way to find nodes which are not linked to other specific nodes.
nodes in darker green are "regions"
nodes in lighter green are "countries"
there can be a mix of children, with both "regions" and "countries"
I've been working lately with huge graphs (~50GB) and hence, i would like to move them to another drive, where i have more space.
In Neo4j Desktop (Windows 10), under Settings, there is this nice option
But...it does not do what it's supposed to do...
I need to import 14 mil. nodes from a csv.
After some efforts with threaded apoc.import.csv, came upon the import using neo4j-admin
at this link Importing CSV Data into Neo4j - Developer Guides
Well, it did import all 14mil nodes in like 2 minutes,
Any idea why there are missing relationships in Bloom?
For example, the one from BAC to PROG:
I've been calling in both the same query : "call apoc.meta.graph() yield nodes,relationships unwind nodes as node unwind relationships as rel return node,re...
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My log file:
WARNING: Unable to determine Java Version
Not precisely answering your question, but, seeing that your nodes have spatial coordinates as attributes: have you taken a look on Neo4j Spatial Spatial functions - Neo4j Cypher Manual ?
Second, any particular reason you are running iterate with par...