|Author||Dr. Victoria A. Stuart, Ph.D.|
|Summary||In my StackOverflow post, Creating a metabolic pathway in Neo4j, I describe how I created and linked two metabolic pathways (glycolysis, and the TCA cycle).|
In my StackOverflow post, Creating a metabolic pathway in Neo4j I describe how I created and linked two metabolic pathways (glycolysis, and the TCA cycle).
Please refer to that post, as it is very complete.
Notably, in my "follow-on" answer (there), I describe an issue that initially vexed me - and my solution:
An issue that arose during the creation of my "TCA pathway" graph was that the one of the nodes (the enzyme, `aconitase`) was used twice, so during the graph creation "MERGE" merged the common node "aconitase" as a single entity, resulting in this layout,
... not this one, as desired,
My solution to that issue was to create the "TCA graph" using node properties, to temporarily differentially-tag the affected source and target nodes (later removing those tags, after the graph was properly created). ...
[ ... snip! ... ]
Here is that final graph, in the Neo4j Browser:
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