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Cypher Aggregations

Course description

In this course you will learn what aggregation is in Cypher and how it behaves at runtime. You will also review and learn more about the Cypher syntax and functions for working with lists. You will see and run example code that uses the most widely-used aggregation and list functions in Cypher.

What you will learn

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Profile and explain how aggregation works at runtime

    • Using collect()

    • Using count()

    • Using pattern comprehension

  • Work with lists

    • Functions that return a single value

    • Functions that return lists

    • Element type transformations

    • List selection predicates

    • List comprehension

  • Use aggregating functions

    • sum()

    • avg()/stddev()

    • min()/max()

    • percentages and percentiles

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