PARIS, November 13, 2017: Award-winning startup Linkurious has announced that the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and its network of reporters used its technology to investigate the second biggest data leak in history, the Paradise Papers – massive revelations about the offshore activities of the world’s elite.
In this blog post our partner Mario Bastande, Data Officer at Action Against Hunger (ACF) explains how he used graph technology to improve the deployment of humanitarian projects. Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organization created in 1979, committed to ending world hunger. The organization helps malnourished children while providing communities with access to […]
We are happy to announce that Linkurious is officially adding support for JanusGraph. It is now possible to connect Linkurious Enterprise to the JanusGraph distributed graph database to visualize connected data and find hidden insights.
Discover our user stories and learn about the challenges they overcame with Linkurious solutions. In this post we explain how the Université de Lorraine used Linkurious Enterprise to handle IT infrastructure changes.
The new major release of Ogma, our graph visualization library, is now available. Ogma 2.1 comes with major APIs changes designed to improve developers experience, as well as increased performances to match end-users expectations.
Today the Linkurious team is excited to announce that we are officially adding support for Stardog. It is now possible to connect Linkurious Enterprise to the Stardog graph database to visualize and find insights from connected data.