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Persistent Graphs in Python with Neo4j (#140)
Persistent Graphs in Python with Neo4j
Presented by Tobbias Ivarsson
Databases that employ a data model other than the relational model are increasingly a hot topic. Neo4j is an open source database where the data model is a graph. Data in Neo4j is stored as Nodes and Relationships in between nodes. A lot of the data we model in applications every day is actually graph oriented, having a database that persists such data natively is a huge benefit. In this presentation we will see how to use Neo4j in Python, and demonstrate this with a web application in Django.