Is it a good idea to use knowledge graphs instead of relational databases?

Asked a year ago

I am working on a project training a machine learning model predicting customer sentiments. I am aware the project relies mainly on big data especially streamed data. I want to get some sort of structure in my data though I'm getting it from different sources including silos. Are knowledge graphs my best bet over relational database?

Jesse Gray

Monday, March 20, 2023

Both knowledge graphs and relational databases have distinct benefits and best-suited use cases. Understanding their unique purpose helps you decide which one to use for your unique scenario.

A knowledge graph best serves apps that need various relationships between data points. On the contrary, relational databases are the right tool for apps with less complex data structures. Factoring in this information, you can take the right decision to build powerful data models that offer valuable insights into connected data.

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