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MIDAS’ David Galloway of the University of Pittsburgh presents Graph Databases featuring Neo4j

DaveWhen: Wednesday, September 16 at 2:00PM Eastern time

What: Dave Galloway will discuss what a graph database is and how it differs from a relational database or a document store database. He will show some examples of graph data and some even more specific examples of it pertaining to infectious disease. He will use Neo4j to show a specific example of a graph database and will use their query language, Cypher, to utilize the database. This discussion is part of an ongoing series of talks targeted toward and given by members of the MISSION 2.0 (MIDAS Software Sharing and Information Outreach Network) group.

Where:

  • Remote participants can connect to WebEx. The link will be provided to the MISSION list early on the day of the event. Subscribe to the midas-mission email list at: https://list.pitt.edu/mailman/listinfo/midas-mission
  • Once connected, you will either be able to use your computer for audio, or you can dial in by phone.
  • To use computer audio: Click the large button entitled "Call Using Computer"
  • To dial in by phone: Click the "..." below the large button entitled "Call Using Computer" and click "I Will Call In". The number to dial will be given there.
  • Room 366 has been reserved at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center for any local Pittsburgh attendees.

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