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Interactive Neo4j Console - Graph REPL

Heroku App: http://rabbithole.heroku.com or http://console.neo4j.org

to embed in iframes, see usage.html

<iframe src="http://rabbithole.heroku.com?init=URI%20ENCODED%20CYPHER%20SETUP&query=URI%20ENCODED%20CYPHER%20QUERY" width="500" height="400" id="window"/>

Features:

  • set up graph with Cypher or Geoff
  • execute Cypher queries
  • visualize graph and returned results with the D3 javascript library
  • export graph in a variety of formats
  • share, tweet link to current graph and query

Run it as your own heroku app:

  • git clone git://github.com/neo4j-contrib/rabbithole.git
  • cd rabbithole
  • have the heroku toolbelt installed
  • heroku apps:create "appname"
  • if you want to store shortlinks of your graphs add the Neo4j addon heroku addons:add neo4j
  • Push the application to Heroku git push heroku master
  • open your personal console in the browser http://appname.heroku.com

Running locally on your machine:

  • git clone git://github.com/neo4j-contrib/rabbithole.git
  • cd rabbithole
  • mvn clean install exec:java
  • open application in browser http://localhost:8080

building a war file

  • use mvn install war:war to build a war file. This can be deployed to any web container (tomcat, jetty, ...)

running locally via jetty

  • use mvn install jetty:run

Endpoints:

  • post /console/cypher
  • post /console/geoff
  • delete /console
  • post /console/init
  • get /console/share

Potential arguments for local execution:

java org.neo4j.community.console.Console port /path/to/db [expose]

("expose" will write and read-through to the graph-db otherwise it will copy the graph content into an in-memory db)

The console can also import the data from a remote server

http://console.neo4j.org?init=http://server:port/db/data/cypher
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