The ent graph is stored under the
:data key of the ent db. The graph stores ent nodes, their relationships, and their ent attributes (as opposed to business attributes). In this ent db there are three users,
:u2. There aren't any ent relationships because our schema didn't specify any, but each ent does have attributes:
:query-term. I know I've said it multiple times already, but these are ent attributes, which are distinct from business attributes. The latter are the attributes related to whatever domain you're modeling; for users, these might include name, username, email address, and so forth. As you go through the tutorial, you'll see how a lot of Specmonstah functions involve reading and updating ents' attributes.