You have learned a lot in GSQL 101!
With just the knowledge from GSQL 101 and a little practice, you should be able to do the following:
Create a graph schema containing multiple vertex types and edge types.
Define a loading job that takes one or more CSV files and maps the data directly to the vertices and edges of your graph.
Write and run simple parameterized queries which start at one vertex and then traverse one or more hops to generate a final vertex set. Make a simple additive computation and return the results.
Want to learn more?
To learn to do the same types of operations using the GraphStudio Visual SDK and UI, see the TigerGraph GraphStudio UI Guide.
To get answers to common questions, see the TigerGraph Knowledge Base and FAQs .
To see the full GSQL specification (whose table of contents with give you and idea of what is available) see
To discuss and get help with fellow GSQL users and GSQL developers, join GSQL community forum.