Welcome to the TigerGraph documentation site! Here you can find the reference materials, guides, and examples to develop your application and scale your analytics with the power of graph.
Our new documentation site provides you with improved organization, more accurate search, as well as faster page loading. However, it only contains documentation for TigerGraph 3.2 and later.
To access the documentation for TigerGraph 3.1 or earlier, please visit our legacy documentation site.
On the left side of any page you can find a navigation menu to any area of the documentation site.
To switch to a different version, click the version number you’d like to proceed with in the left-side navigation.
The TigerGraph documentation site consists of the following section:
TigerGraph Server documentation provides guides and references for the core TigerGraph database server. This area includes all the information for you to install, operate, maintain, and communicate with the TigerGraph database server programmatically.
The GSQL™ software program is the TigerGraph comprehensive environment for designing graph schemas, loading and managing data to build a graph, and querying the graph to perform data analysis. In short, TigerGraph users do most of their work via the GSQL program.
To learn more about GSQL, see the GSQL Language Reference.
TigerGraph provides a collection of expertly written GSQL queries that efficiently implement common graph algorithms. For more information, see TigerGraph Graph Data Science Library.
GraphStudio and Admin Portal are TigerGraph’s Graphic User Interfaces.
The TigerGraph GraphStudio™ UI (User Interface) provides an intuitive, browser-based interface that helps users get started quickly with graph-based application development tasks: designing a graph schema, creating a schema mapping, loading data, exploring the graph, and writing GSQL queries.
The TigerGraph Admin Portal is a browser-based devops tool which provides users an overview of a running TigerGraph system, from an application and infrastructure point of view. It also allows the users to configure the TigerGraph system through a user-friendly interface.
To learn more about GraphStudio and Admin Portal, see GraphStudio and Admin Portal.
TigerGraph Cloud is a fully-managed cloud database built on the same TigerGraph Enterprise Server engine that is delivering the fastest and most scalable graph database. TigerGraph Cloud handles all the complexity of deploying and managing your deployments on the cloud service provider of your choice (AWS, Azure, and GCP).
For more information, see TigerGraph Cloud.
TigerGraph GraphQL Service enables users to access graph data in TigerGraph using GraphQL queries. With TigerGraph GraphQL Service, you will be able to use any GraphQL client or to simply submit GraphQL queries directly to the service to quickly access the graph data in TigerGraph.
To learn more, see TigerGraph GraphQL Service