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InfiniteGraph Use Case: Modeling Stackoverflow

I didn’t hear much about InfiniteGraph after its 1.0 release, except this post that uses Stackoverflow data as input to demo some features of graph databases:

The vertices in the graph are represented as the Users, Questions and Answers above while the edges are represented as the interactions between them (i.e. a User “Posts” a Question, an Answer is “For” a Question, a User “Comments On” a Question or Answer). Simple enough, and like most other social graphs, users seem to be the focal points with the majority of connected edges. Now all I needed was a sample application that could construct the graph data model from the XML sources and run some queries.

Original title and link for this post: InfiniteGraph Use Case: Modeling Stackoverflow (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.infinitegraph.com/2010/08/09/infinitegraph-meets-stackoverflow/