How to visualize graph in Neo4j in digital ocean

  • Posted on December 4, 2022

I have added nodes and edges to the database in Neo4j, installed in digital ocean. But when trying to visualize the graph, only the table structure of the graph is being returned. Is there any way to view the graphical representation of the graph in digital ocean?

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December 5, 2022

Hi @sandrap,

Neo4j is a separate software which is installed on Droplets.

I see you already have an answer on visualization tools Having said that, what you can try is reading the following article which was created by Neo4j:

It should provide you with enough information to achieve what you need.

Bobby Iliev
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December 4, 2022

Hi there,

Neo4j has two main visualization tools that are built and designed to work specifically with data in Neo4j’s graph database:

Alternatively, you could use one of the other recommended visualization tools listed in the official documentation here:



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