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Getting started with Neo4j 2.0

Very good introductory post by Jim Webber about Neo4j and some of the new features in the 2.0 release:

In this article we’ve seen how Neo4j 2.0 and the new version of the Cypher query language can be used to store and query a range of retail data from product catalogue to customer purchases. We also saw how straightforward it was to quickly gain insight from that data, despite the domain being highly and intricately connected.

Original title and link: Getting started with Neo4j 2.0 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://jimwebber.org/2014/01/starting-graph-databases-with-neo4j-2-0/