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Python graph database implemented on top of Redis.

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redis_graph

redis_graph implements a graph database on top of Redis.

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Examples

Example of creating edges between nodes:

from redis_graph import *

add_edge(from_node='frodo', to_node='gandalf')

assert has_edge(from_node='frodo',
                to_node='gandalf') == True

assert list(neighbors('frodo')) == ['gandalf']

delete_edge(from_node='frodo',
            to_node='gandalf')

assert has_edge(from_node='frodo',
                to_node='gandalf') == False

Example of node and edge values:

from redis_graph import *

set_node_value('frodo', '1')
assert get_node_value('frodo') == '1'

set_edge_value('frodo_baggins', '2')
assert get_edge_value('frodo_baggins') == '2'

Copyright: 2010 by amix License: BSD.

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