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Relational databases are still the norm when it comes to storing data and is often the de facto choice for developers when building any type of application. Although relational databases are versatile, there are certain use cases that are more fitted for different types of database systems such as — graph databases. For example, when your dataset is deeply interconnected, storing it in a SQL database can result in a lot of complex queries and JOIN operations. For this type of use-case, using a graph database can make your life much easier.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to…

Nikolina Motocic

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