[…] we’ve built up a Doctor Who data model that shows how Neo4j can be used to address several different data and domain concerns. For example, part of the dataset includes timeline data, comprising seasons, stories and episodes; elsewhere we’ve social network-like data, with characters connected to one another through being companions, allies or enemies of the Doctor. It’s a messy and densely-connected dataset – much like the data you might find in a real-world enterprise. Some of it is of high quality, some of it is lacking in detail. And for every seeming invariant in the domain, there’s an awkward exception – again, much like the real world.
Ian Robinson’s post will walk you through the details of structuring and querying the data with Neo4j. The complete source code is available on GitHub.
Original title and link: Neo4j Tutorial: The Power of the Daleks ( ©myNoSQL)