What is a graph database?

A graph database is a database that stores data in a graph-like structure, where nodes represent entities and edges represent relationships between them. It does not rely on tables with rigid schemas and therefore offers greater flexibility with regards to how the user stores their data. This model is particularly beneficial when connections play a central role in how the user stores and retrieves information. Graph databases for the framework for knowledge graphs.

What is semantic reasoning?

What is a labeled property graph?

What is a graph explorer?

How to query a graph database?

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