Mark is an avid runner and tracks his run using the popular Strava application. In this talk we'll learn how to load data into Neo4j using APOC's Load JSON procedure and then slice and dice the data using the temporal datatype released in Neo4j 3.4.
We'll be able to answer questions such as:
How many runs were there with a pace under 7:30 minutes per mile?
What's my quickest 10k run?
How many runs have I done in a given month?
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