I just publised a blogpost series with 6 different articles about me having fun with Dadjokes, in an unusual sort of way. Here are the links to the articles:
- Part 1/6: Building a Dadjoke database - from nothing
- Part 2/6: Importing the Dadjokes into the Dadjoke Graph
- Part 3/6: Taking on the real disambiguation of the jokes
- Part 4/6: Adding NLP and Entity Extraction to prepare for further disambiguation
- Part 5/6: Disambiguation using Graph Data Science on the NLP-based Entities
- Part 6/6: Closing: some cool Dadjoke Queries
All of the queries etc are put together in this markdown document. I plan to make a Neo4j Guide out of this as well in the next few days so that it would become easier to use.
Hope you will have as much fun with it as I did.