People have different ways of learning new topics. We know that background information can contribute greatly to a better understanding of new topics. That is why, in this chapter of our Learning Neo4j 3.x book, we will start with a bit of background information, not to recount the tales of history, but to give you the necessary context that can lead to a better understanding of the topics.
In order to do so, we will address the following topics:
- Graphs: What they are and where they came from. This section will aim to set the record straight on what, exactly, our subject will contain, and what it won't.
- Graph theory: What it is and what it is used for. This section will give you quite a few examples of graph theory ...