We will use the database, whose schema and data import commands are given here:
You can import this database by copy pasting the commands on that page.
SKIP controls the number of tuples to skip from the start of the queryResult. It is often used within in an ORDER BY clause to skip the top k tuples from the query result. Note: SKIP accepts any expression that can be evaluated to an integer.
For example, the following query skips the youngest 2 users and returns the rest of the users’ ages. Query:
MATCH (u:User) RETURN u.name ORDER BY u.age SKIP 2;
----------- | u.name | ----------- | Karissa | ----------- | Zhang | -----------
View example in Colab.
If you omit the ORDER BY, you would skip some k tuples in a SKIP k query but you have no guarantee about which ones will be skipped.