Once there is data in Neo4J, we need to be able to access it. We will cover the structure of a cypher query to return parts of our graph.
Instructor: [00:01] Querying data from Neo4j is done with the MATCH clause. The format is similar to CREATE, except that the parameters we pass after the label are treated as query parameters.
[00:12] We can also use those parameters to represent more complex conditionals with the WHERE, AND, and OR clauses. If we are more concerned with querying according to relationships than properties on nodes, we can do so by representing our MATCH with multiple relationship conditions.
[00:39] We can also forgo specifying any conditions and return everything.
In my opinion, this video is going way too fast and I am not sure what is happening or what the goal of this video is. I don't even know what program you are using. I feel like I missed a video between the first and the second video.
I don't even know what program you are using.
For reference, the interface being shown is the Neo4J Browser that you can access when you run Neo4J. You would typically access it at http://localhost:7474/browser/