In this chapter, we saw how to import data from different kinds of sources into our graph and saw which one is preferable. We know we can do funny and interesting things like importing the 1€ cafés dataset and a dataset of free wifi credentials.
More seriously, we know how to import datasets and how to combine them. It is up to you to find the datasets of your interest. This can really open the doors of perception of the world when you import data and then look at your graph.
Imagine you can combine statistics of crime rates, poverty, alcohol sales, and education levels.
We will now get back to Earth and deal with geolocalized data in the next chapter, Chapter 9, Going Spatial.