Introduction to Graph Databases
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A graph database is a specialized type of database management system designed to store, manage, and query data in the form of a graph. Unlike traditional relational databases that use tables and rows, graph databases use a network of nodes and edges to represent and store data. In this data model, nodes represent entities or data points, while edges (also known as relationships) define the connections or associations between these entities.
Graph databases excel at managing data that has complex and interconnected relationships. They are particularly well-suited for scenarios where understanding how different data points relate to each other is crucial, such as social networks, recommendation engines, fraud detection, and network analysis.