I have a graph based on educational data that I am trying to filter. This code seems to create a cross-join effect in terms of the resultant rows, even though l is constrained to s
I realise this may be a newbie 101 question so please bear with me.
I've noticed that my slowest queries, which take minutes to return 2K + nodes take a few seconds if I'm only counting the results. Is this due to the memory overhead of loading the ...
Is there a way to only create an index if it doesn't already exist to avoid a potential error (when it already exists - or vis-versa)? I'm thinking of something like MERGE INDEX FOR (x:Label) ON (x.foo)
I'm new to Cypher so trying hard to write idiomatic Cypher where possible.
Some of my larger queries were calculating data that, say, only changes once a day, on the fly, e.g. a person's age, and then using that age in a WHERE clause.