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voutilad committed Feb 16, 2020
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@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ title = "Integrating PaySim with Neo4j 🔌 (PaySim pt.2)"
author = ["Dave Voutila"]
description = "In which we look at how to leverage PaySim to build a fraud graph"
date = 2020-02-16
lastmod = 2020-02-16T08:35:30-05:00
lastmod = 2020-02-16T08:35:45-05:00
tags = ["neo4j", "fraud", "java", "paysim"]
draft = false
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@@ -85,7 +85,7 @@ test our fruad detection approaches:
Everything except the chaining was visible in our [previous data
model]({{< relref "paysim" >}}), so here's how it should look when we're done:

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{{< figure src="/img/paysim-2.1.0.png" caption="Figure 1: Our target PaySim 2.1 data model" >}}

@@ -720,7 +720,7 @@ If you're using Neo4j Desktop, this step is easy. Click on "Add
Plugin" in your PaySim project and then the "Install" button under the
APOC library option.

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{{< figure src="/img/installing-apoc.png" caption="Figure 2: Installing APOC via Neo4j Desktop" >}}

@@ -807,7 +807,7 @@ WARNING: All illegal access operations will be denied in a future release
Using either Neo4j Browser or cypher-shell, connect to your Neo4j
instance. You should see a plethora of data!

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{{< figure src="/img/paysim-data-preview.png" caption="Figure 3: Preview of our PaySim data" >}}

@@ -826,7 +826,7 @@ different parameters to see how things change.
We've now covered some [background on PaySim]({{< relref "paysim" >}}) and, in this post, covered
how to take PaySim and populate a Neo4j graph database.

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{{< figure src="/img/paysim-bloom-preview.jpg" caption="Figure 4: A preview of what's to come" >}}

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