(Graph|Network) - Database


Instead of using tables and keys found in conventional database to define data structures, a graph database defines its data structure as a set of nodes and a set of links that establish relationships between the nodes.

Because its data structure is non-hierarchical, a graph database can model much more complex relationships between individual elements than a conventional database, and is open for users to enter new objects and relationships into the underlying graph.

Graph database are tagged as NoSQL Database.


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