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CoopWorks is a financial and member management information system (MIS) for farmers associations, agriculture cooperatives and sacco's in Africa. The first truly international Open Source Software development project ever launched from Kenya.
As the rewrite of Tania from PHP to Go is completed, and we have released the new Tania project to the public repository. The support for Tania PHP is ended. Please, check the new project at tania-core. Tania is a free and open source farming management system for everyone. You can manage your growing areas, reservoirs, farm tasks, inventories, and the crop growing progress.
neo4django is an Object Graph Mapper that let's you use familiar Django model definitions and queries against the Neo4j graph database. The library is tested against Django 1.5.4 and Neo4j versions 1.8.2-1.9.4. Docs are on ReadTheDocs.
This docker image adds high-performance graph analytics to a Neo4j graph database. This image deploys a container with Apache Spark and uses GraphX to perform ETL graph analysis on subgraphs exported from Neo4j. The results of the analysis are applied back to the data in the Neo4j database. The Neo4j Mazerunner service in this image is a unmanaged extension that adds a REST API endpoint to Neo4j for submitting graph analysis jobs to Apache Spark GraphX. The results of the analysis are applied back to the nodes in Neo4j as property values, making the results queryable using Cypher.
neo4j-shell-tools adds a number of commands to neo4j-shell which easily allow import and export data into running Neo4j database. Download neo4j-shell-tools_3.0.1.zip and extract it in your Neo4j Server's lib directory e.g.
This is a client library for accessing Neo4j, a graph database, from Node.js. It uses Neo4j's REST API, and supports Neo4j 1.5 through Neo4j 2.1. Node.js is asynchronous, which means this library is too: most functions take callbacks and return immediately, with the callbacks being invoked when the corresponding HTTP requests and responses finish.
This readme assumes you are somewhat familiar with GraphQL and minimally with Cypher. Based on your GraphQL schema, it translates GraphQL Queries and Mutations into Cypher statements and executes them on Neo4j.
A database driver for Neo4j 3.0.0+. Please note that @next only points to pre-releases that are not suitable for production use. To get the latest stable release omit @next part altogether or use @latest instead.
Neo4j 3.2 has increased security for procedures and functions (aka sandboxing). Procedures that use internal APIs have to be allowed in $NEO4J_HOME/conf/neoj4.conf with, e.g. dbms.security.procedures.unrestricted=apoc.trigger.*,apoc.meta.* for security reasons (or apoc.* for all). If you want to use this via docker, you need to amend -e NEO4J_dbms_security_procedures_unrestricted=apoc.\\\* to your docker run … command. The three backslashes are necessary to prevent wildcard expansions.
Specialised plugins for Hadoop, Big Data & NoSQL technologies, written by a former Clouderan (Cloudera was the first Hadoop Big Data vendor) and modern Hortonworks partner/consultant. Supports a a wide variety of compatible Enterprise Monitoring systems.