I'm trying to understand what types of models that I have traditionally persisted relationally would translate well to some kind of NoSQL database. Suppose I have a model with the following ...
I am working on a hobby project called Menu/Recipe Management. This is how my entities and their relations look like. A Nutrient has properties Code and Value An Ingredient has a collection of ...
I've a maturing idea regarding a knowledge store. For the purposes of this question, the store would be used by a police force for the recording and querying of crimes. I believe that ...
I am adding some "social" type features to an existing application. There are a limited # of node & edge types. Overall the data itself is relatively small (50,000 - 70,000 for each type of ...
For the purposes of discussion let's consider a FourSquare scenario. Scenario Entities: Users Places Relationships: Checkins: users <-> places, many to many Friends: users <-> users, ...
Where previously there was only relational databases, the data store world is now rife with options like Key-Value, Document, and Graph datastores. Unfortunately, every datastore likes to show how it ...
What are the best tools / frameworks / libraries available to implement and run algorithms on graphs? In particular I need a tool that can load a set of nodes, edges and values assigned to these ...
Some document says OrientDB is document-database, some others talks it's graph-database. What's right?