You can execute two kinds of operations: Queries and Mutations. The history section holds either queries or mutations.
On this panel, you can only run DQL (former GraphQL+-). You can use
# to comment on something.
You also have the DQL Variable; see more at DQL.
On this panel, you can run RDF and JSON mutations.
On this tab you can view the query results in a Graph format. This allows you to visualize the Nodes and their relations.
On this tab you have the JSON response from the cluster. The actual data comes in the
You also have the
extensions key which returns
txn, and other metrics.
On this tab you have the actual request sent to the cluster.
On this tab you can visualize a query that provides Geodata.
Note Your objects must contain a predicate or alias named
location to use the geo display.
To show a label, use a predicate or alias named
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://dgraph.io/docs/ratel/console/