A simple graph database in SQLite

A simple graph database in SQLite

This is a simple graph database in SQLite, inspired by "SQLite as a document database"

Basic Functions

The python [database script] provides convenience functions for [atomic transactions] to add, delete, connect, and search for nodes.

Any single node or path of nodes can also be depicted graphically by using the visualize function within the database script to generate [dot] files, which in turn can be converted to images with Graphviz.

Example

Dropping into a python shell, we can create, [upsert], and connect people from the early days of [Apple Computer].

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