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Neo4j Querying for SQL People

Remember how useful it was to see how MapReduce translates to SQL? In a similar vein, Andrés Taylor dives into Cypher, the Neo4j querying language introduced in Neo4j 1.4, explaining it from the perspective of an SQL person:

Unlike SQL which operates on sets, Cypher predominantly works on subgraphs. The relational equivalent is the current set of tuples being evaluated during a SELECT query.

Cypher: Neo4j query language

Original title and link: Neo4j Querying for SQL People (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://systay.github.com/blog/2011/11/06/cypher---a-view-from-a-recovering-sql-dba/