List of Figures
Chapter 1. A case for a Neo4j database
Figure 1.1. Users and their friends represented as a graph data structure
Figure 1.2. SQL diagram of tables representing user and friend data
Chapter 2. Data modeling in Neo4j
Figure 2.1. Users and groups in an RDBMS with a join table
Figure 2.2. A person belongs to a group.
Figure 2.3. Three people in two groups
Figure 2.4. The entities in an access control system
Figure 2.5. Relationships between entities in the access control system
Figure 2.6. The access control model extended to support subgroups
Figure 2.7. A User with some properties
Figure 2.8. The user with some nodes converted to properties
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