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Building Web Applications with Python and Neo4j by Sumit Gupta

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Running queries from the Neo4j browser

In the previous sections, we saw the results of our Cypher queries in the console (the Neo4j console) and JSON (REST) format, but both of these formats do not provide enough visualization. Also, as data grows, it becomes even more difficult to analyze the nodes and their relationships.

How about having a rich user interface for visualizing data in a graph format—a series of connected nodes? It will be awesome…correct?

Neo4j provides a rich graphical and interactive user interface for fetching and visualizing the Neo4j graph data, the Neo4j browser. The Neo4j browser not only provides the data visualization, but, at the same time, it also provides insights into the health of the Neo4j system and its configurations. ...

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