A recursive traversal is a traversal that contains one or more internal, nested traversals that can be repeatedly evaluated again and again until a certain stopping criterion is met. In this unit, you will learn about recursive traversals.

Unlike simple traversals, where there is a sequence of steps, branching traversals have nested traversals and are more like trees with branches. In this unit, you will be learning about branching traversals.

Simple traversals is a really good place to start learning about Gremlin, because they are easy to understand. In this unit, you will learn about simple traversals.

In this unit, you will learn about graph traveral steps. Gremlin traversal steps and step modulators are defined by interface GraphTraversal. There are around 100 methods with distinct names in this interface. We will be showing you a few things...

Gremlin is a graph traversal language, defined by the Apache Tinkerpop Project. It is the language used in DataStax Enterprise Graph, and in manhy other graph databases. In this unit, we will introduce you to Gremlin.

We are going to start how we can traverse graph data in DataStax Enterprise Graph. We will begin with some important preliminaries.

In this unit, you will learn about a more formal approach to graph data modeling, using the the Graph Data Modeling Framework. This gives you a methodology to use when designing your graph data model.

The data-driven approach is one of the two approaches you can use for graph data modeling in DataStax Enterprise Graph. With the data-driven approach, you populate the graph and rely on DataStax Enterprise Graph to generate the schema for you...

In this unit, you will learn about graph data modeling with DataStax Enterprise Graph. Data quality, storage and retrieval are all at stake, so we'll walk you through how to get it right.

In this section, you will learn all about using the DataStax Enterprise Graph Loader. The DSE Graph Loader is a customizable command-line utility that’s great for loading small to medium size graph datasets.