Graph Gurus 14: Pattern Matching Using GSQL Interpreted Mode
RECORDED WEDNESDAY JUNE 5, 2019 at 11:00 am PST
This is the 14th episode that continues TigerGraph's Graph Guru series, a free educational webinar series for developers and data scientists.
Pattern matching provides a simple, declarative way to write queries to search for multi-hop pattern. In contrast to GSQL's classic syntax, users can write multi-hop patterns in one query block (SELECT-FROM-WHERE) instead of several individual blocks. The pattern can be fixed length or variable length (using Kleene stars for repeated hops), which significantly shortens the GSQL query length. Besides the anatomy of the new syntax, we showcase the ease-of-use by presenting a content-based recommendation application on top of a social network data set.
In this webinar we:
- Walk you through a tutorial on the pattern matching syntax extension using GSQL interpreted mode.
- Present a content-based recommendation application on top of a social network data set.
- Answer live questions about GSQL.
If you need a crash course covering GSQL 101, you can watch this overview webinar on demand right now.
Mingxi Wu, VP of Engineering, TigerGraph
Victor Lee, Director of Product Management, TigerGraph