I am not very familiar with Neo4J's GUI interfaces. Are you wanting a graphical way to see the progress of an executing query?
If so, Oracle RDF Semantic Graph is integrated with EM Express for Oracle Database (See Manageability: Managing Expressly for a brief overview).
One feature of EM Express is the SQL details page, which allows you to view the query plan for a given query and see real-time execution progress of a running query. You can see which step in the query plan is currently executing along with the current percentage of work remaining for each step. In addition, real-time information about parallel execution and memory usage is available.
No knowledge on this? I want to use Oracle's Semantic RDF graph and display a graph like NEO4J does. Isn't there a way to do this?
A graph visualization tool to display SPARQL query results and perform other graph visualization operations based on the Cytoscape open-source framework will be available shortly.
Right now, the graph visualizer from Protege can be used with Oracle's Protege plugin to display smaller graphs. It is available from the downloads page here:
In addition, Oracle RDF Semantic Graph is integrated with Tom Sawyer Perspectives, a commercial visualization tool: