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We’re sponsoring these Neo4j Graph events – see you there

We’re excited to announce our sponsorship of several Neo4j graph events! Over the course of the next 3 months, we’ll be sponsoring and attending 5 Neo4j graph events taking place throughout 4 different countries! You’ll not only hear from industry experts themselves, but also from key companies relying on graph technology to help transform the […]

Top Blog Posts of 2019

With 2019 having come and gone, we’ve decided to take a look back at some of the posts our viewers enjoyed the most! From tracking and visualizing your data to understanding the ecosystem of graph technology, how it can be applied to various use cases, and more! We hope you enjoy and stay tuned for […]

Top 10 query templates to accelerate your investigations

Do your investigations involve recurring steps? Are you looking to make the power of graph queries available to non technical users? Linkurious Enterprise’s Query Templates are exactly what you need. Through the Query Template interface, graph queries are turned into easy to use buttons or forms that leverage context (a node, a time period, a […]

Load a spreadsheet into Neo4j

Need to create a graph but don’t have coding skills? I’ve been there. In this blog post we will show you how to turn a spreadsheet into a Neo4j graph database without having to type a single line of code. So how to load an Excel spreadsheet into Neo4j? We have built a spreadsheet where […]

Get more out of your geospatial data with Ogma 2.8

We recently released Ogma 2.8, a new version of Ogma, our JavaScript graph visualization library. This version comes with a new Geo engine that: Improves the library performance when visualizing geographic networks. Facilitates integration with GIS tools and data formats. Adds support for advanced geospatial visualization features such as VectorTiles and Custom projections. Maps and […]

The 4 steps of a graph project

At Linkurious we have worked with 100s of organizations interested in using graph technology to solve complex problems such as financial crime, drug discovery or national security. Like with any new technology, graph projects generate their share of issues when not properly conducted. In this article we’d like to share some of what we have […]