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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. This guide serves as an introduction and quick-start manual for the GraphStudio UI.
As of May 2019, the GraphStudio UI is certified on following browsers:
Not all features are guaranteed to work on other browsers.
If you are using GraphStudio in the TigerGraph cloud environment, you can directly access GraphStudio via a browser.
For on-premise deployment, the system by default is listening to port 14240. Any machine connected to the server can access GraphStudio from a browser with the following address:
If the GraphStudio UI does not show, the visualization service might be off. To verify, in a linux shell of the server, type
If it is off, turn it on:
If you still cannot access GraphStudio, check your firewall rules and open 14240 port to public. For example, if your Linux OS uses firewalld:
The home page of GraphStudio contains links to each of the five steps of solving a business problem: Design Schema, Map Data To Graph, Load Data, Explore Graph, and Write Queries. Users can also navigate to each step from the buttons in the left menu bar. Each of these major steps has its own page. To hide/show the left menu bar, click the top-left menu button:. Clicking the logo on the bannerwill take you back to the home page. You can clickto go to the Admin Portal (read more at Admin Portal UI Guide).
GraphStudio provides two themes: dark theme and light theme. By default it uses dark theme. You can click the User iconand then toggle the Dark theme to be Off to switch to light theme:
Visit TigerGraph Test Drive demos at: https://testdrive.tigergraph.com/
The GraphStudio online Test Drive features several instances of the TigerGraph system, each one targeting a different use case. Each copy of TigerGraph has a GraphStudio interface and is preloaded with application-specific queries and synthetic data. These demo applications are provided in a read-only mode. Users can explore and play with pre-installed queries. Users on these demo systems cannot save changes to the graph schema, the loading job, or queries. The corresponding buttons are disabled.
Some features which are available in GSQL are not available in GraphStudio.
Fixed binary data types are not supported.
Edges from a set of vertex types to a set of vertex types are not supported.
There are limitations for MultiGraph. See User Access Management
Cannot load JSON data.
Cannot create a data mapping for a MAP type and UDT type attribute.
Data loading jobs written in a GSQL console are not shown in GraphStudio.
USING options are not available.
Concurrent loading is not available.
You cannot define a user-defined function (you can use the user-defined functions created from TigerGraph server).