I am trying to run full text search on a property of each node (million of those) stored as a full text index:
and extract the Lucene search score
For the experienced challenge, are you expecting queries that would work for assigning ANY set of names in households in the 6 tables? n tables? OR is the solution good enough for the given csv file?
Kindly let us know which version of the neo driver is compatible with versions 4.0 and 4.1 for ubuntu 18.04 OS.
I am asking this in relation to the error message that I get while running queries on the browser and cyphershell :
I have a need to merge multiple nodes multiple times. The multiple nodes are disjoint and so I could attempt apoc.refactor.mergeNodes() in parallel. In any case, here is what I had by nesting it with apoc.periodic.iterate which worked well in APO...
I seem to have an issue connecting the the browser of 4.1
I keep running into the Websocket error. I had some luck connecting to the default db both via browser and cypher-shell by changing the config of the connectors (just by uncommenting some ...
Do (n1) and (n2) have a same node label? If so, I am pretty sure you can project all the relationship types between the same node type in memory and run the clustering algorithm. If (n1) and (n2) have different labels, you may want to think of a labe...
Hi @lju Thanks for organizing these challenges! I thoroughly enjoyed solving the week 1 challenges so far. Especially the experienced challenge - I think there is a simple analytic solution that can be extended to any number of tables and any number...