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how to design my database for faster reads for my situation

I have a situation where i have two categories. Lets say type A and type B. In my database I have some 50,000 type A entries and 100,000 type B entries as of now. For each entry mentioned above(type ...
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Update node key index in batch operation

Short I can't get neo to update existing node properties in a batched rest op. Long I want to create a batch operation that inserts/updates a node inside an index. It should handle three use-cases: ...
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Use Database to Store Data Extracted From Internet

I'm mining 500 million users, and their "followers" from a social network using their API. The extraction of data itself is not a problem, since I can do it with my scripts. However having 500 million ...
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How can I model this problem in a graph database?

I have a project that I'm working on where I extract data from PDFs and map/visualize the relationships between the extracted pieces. Here's an example of my problem: file: 11425646.pdf author: ...
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How to perform ETL from RDBMS to Neo4j

I have a mature 50+ tables web application based on mySQL. In order to do some advanced data mining I want to use Neo4j and the goodnes of cypher. However I'm having a hard time migrating my data from ...
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Fine grained (milliseconds) temporal indexes in neo4j

What are the best practices for modeling fine grained timelines in neo4j? If I were to use milliseconds as the grain in the pattern described here and here would it prove somehow problematic and ...
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What happens if we copy neo4j's data folder while the server is running?

If my neo4j server is running and I copy the data folder using copy/rsync folder, what are the chances of data corruption?
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Amount of data per node in Neo4j

I need to store substantial amounts of data per node in Neo4j. The data is Unicode chunks of text. Actually not every node will have big chunks, but many of them will. I waded through the ...