A few weeks ago I posted some quick doodles showing, on the one hand, how to get the Panama Papers data into a simple SQLite database and in another how to link a neo4j graph database to a Jupyter notebook server using Docker Compose.
As the original Panama Papers investigation used neo4j as its backend database, I thought putting the data into a neo4j container could give me the excuse I needed to start looking at neo4j.
Anyway, it seems as if someone has already pushed a neo4j Docker container image preseeded with the Panama Papers data, so here’s my quickstart.
To use it, you need to have Docker installed, download the docker-compose.yaml file and then run:
If you do this from a command line launched from Kitematic, Kitematic should provide you with a link to the neo4j database, running on the Docker IP address and port 7474. Log in with the default credentials ( neo4j / neo4j ) and change the password to panamapapers (all lower case).
Download the quickstart notebook into the newly created notebooks directory, and you should be able to see it from the notebooks homepage on Docker IP address port 8890 (or again, just follow the link from Kitematic).
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|# image: jupyter/r-notebook|
|# – "8889:8888"|
|# – neo4j:neo4j|
|# – ./notebooks:/home/jovyan/work|
I’m still trying to find my way around both the py2neo Python wrapper and the neo4j Cypher query language, so the demo thus far is not that inspiring!
And I’m not sure when I’ll get a chance to look at it again…:-(