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The Pathology of Graph Databases

by Graph Systems Architect at Aurelius LLC on Jun 25, 2011

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There is nothing more fascinating and utterly mind-bending than traversing a graph. Those who succumb to this data processing pattern euphorically suffer from graph pathology....

There is nothing more fascinating and utterly mind-bending than traversing a graph. Those who succumb to this data processing pattern euphorically suffer from graph pathology.

This is a case study of the Graph Addict.

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  • smurtysli smurtysli Awesome presentation! Pictures are worth several 1000 words. 240 slides in 1 sitting ! 4 weeks ago
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  • ramazanfirin ramazan fırın, Yazılım Mühendisi at Avea perfect.. 10 months ago
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  • waggonerc Lao Tzu, consultant at Humility Group Marko, you didn't talk at all about time-stamped graphs. Particularly with twitter data I want to know if a @mention is recent, the neighbour of other @mentions of the responding person, and so on. Any comments about gremlin and dynamic graphs? 2 years ago
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  • waggonerc Lao Tzu, consultant at Humility Group I think it's easier to grasp from the video: http://video.neo4j.org/RHqy/the-pathology-of-graph-databases-by-marko-a-rodriguez/ 2 years ago
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  • fujohnwang Fuqiang Wang, Architect at tmall.com very funny style slide 2 years ago
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  • ingdavidino David Funaro, CTO at dnsee great presentation to understand gremlin 2 years ago
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