Neo4j

A widely-used property graph database using the Cypher query language. It provides a web-based console for visuallization and debugging of queries. This is the open source edition of the commercial product from Neo4j Inc.

Logo

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Website

https://neo4j.com

Repository

https://github.com/neo4j/neo4j

Byline

Graphs for Everyone.

License

GPL

Project age

14 years

Backers

Neo4j, Inc. (Commercial Product By)

Size score (1 to 10, higher is better)

7.75

Trend score (1 to 10, higher is better)

4.5

Education Resources

URL

Resource Type

Description

https://neo4j.com/developer/get-started/

Documentation

Official project documentation.

Git Commit Statistics

Statistics computed using Git data through May 31, 2021.

Statistic

Lifetime

Last 12 Months

Commits

77,842

9,342

Lines committed

42,035,572

1,861,403

Unique committers

350

78

Core committers

29

20

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