Library to connect to TigerGraph databases
pyTigerGraph is a Python package for connecting to TigerGraph databases. Check out the documentation here
This section walks you through installing pyTigerGraph on your machine.
- Python 3+
- If you wish to use the GDS functionality, install
torchahead of time.
To download pyTigerGraph, run the following command in the command line or use the appropriate tool of your development environment (anaconda, PyCharm, etc.).:
pip3 install pyTigerGraph
To utilize the Graph Data Science Functionality, there are a few options:
To use the GDS functions with PyTorch Geometric, install
PyTorch Geometricaccording to their instructions:
To use the GDS functions with DGL, install
dglaccording to their instructions:
To use the GDS functions without needing to produce output in the format supported by PyTorch Geometric or DGL. This makes the data loaders output Pandas dataframes:
pip3 install 'pyTigerGraph[gds]'
Once the package is installed, you can import it like any other Python package:
import pyTigerGraph as tg
Getting Started with Core Functions
The video above is a good starting place for learning the core functions of pyTigerGraph. This Google Colab notebook is the companion notebook to the video.
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