Library to connect to TigerGraph databases
pyTigerGraph is a Python package for connecting to TigerGraph databases. Check out the extended docs here
To download pyTigerGraph, simply run:
pip3 install pyTigerGraph
Once the package installs, you can import it and instantiate a connection to your database:
import pyTigerGraph as tg conn = tg.TigerGraphConnection(host="<hostname>", graphname="<graph_name>", username="<username>", password="<password>", apiToken="<api_token>")
If your database is not using the standard ports (or they are mapped), you can use the following arguments to specify those:
For example, in case of using a local virtual machine with the ports mapped:
conn = tg.TigerGraphConnection(host="localhost", restppPort=25900, gsPort=25240, graphname="MyGraph", username="tigergraph", password="tigergraph", apiToken="2aa016d747ede9gg6da3drslm98srfoj")
For more details on establishing a connection, read the Getting Started page.
Fork or clone this repo. Check out a new branch.
Set up the dev environment:
- For core functions
- For the GDS subpackage, install the
gds_dev_env.ymlenvironment in the "conda" folder. If you don't have
conda, install miniforge first. (Don't use miniconda as Anaconda repo has a restrictive license now.)
Work on your branch. Once your work is done, send a pull request. Unit tests are required for the review.
pyTigerGraph was originally created by Parker Erickson, a Computer Science student at the University of Minnesota. Special thanks to contributors Jon Herke and Szilard Barany of TigerGraph. Read this to learn more about how you can contribute.
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