• Using Neo4j to visualize medicines’ class and their ingredients

    In my first post about Neo4j, I explored Python modules and their dependencies. Now in this post, I am discussing how you can find the relationship between medicines, their ingredients, and their classification. But why did I choose this dataset in the first place so here is the background: Background: Currently, there is a shortage of Panadol in Pakistan, a very famous brand to cure headaches and bodily pain because the company has stopped producing it as they don’t find it viable anymore. Existing Panadol strips which used to cost Rs. 30 are even available for Rs.80 because of the lack of awareness and amazing marketing by the company. Many…

  • Visualizing Python modules and dependencies with Neo4j

    I am taking a short break from the Blockchain Programming series and writing this post because I found it pretty interesting. The other day I found a tweet(which unfortunately I forgot to bookmark and can’t find it anymore) about visualizing python modules in Neo4J. Guido, the Python creator had responded to that tweet. That tweet got stuck in my mind and I thought it a great excuse to explore Neo4j. I had been thinking of exploring some Graph Databases other than Neo4j. For some weird reason, I had been ignoring Neo4j for a long time, most probably because of the Java thing which I do not like at all. I…