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Sébastien Heymann

Linkurious CEO

Sébastien is one of Linkurious co-founders. He has long standing passion for democratizing network thinking. He co-founded Gephi, the leading open source software for exploring networks of all kind in 2008. Since then, he has published, written and talked extensively about the impact of graph visualization.


Publications of the author

A message from our CEO

What a year! You’ve probably heard that so many times lately. For many people and businesses around the world, indeed, it’s been a chaotic and trying year full of uncertainties and constraints. The COVID-19 pandemic put global economic growth at stake, disrupted businesses, and forced people and organizations to quickly adapt to new ways of […]

Linkurious v1.5: default captions, Neo4j 3.1 support, AllegroGraph and DataStax built-in search, SSO plugins

The new major release of our graph visualization software Linkurious is now available! This release is called Xenodochial Xenoposeidon. It supports Neo4j 3.1 and provides Neo4j -> Elasticsearch continuous indexing for all versions of Neo4j 3. It integrates AllegroGraph and DataStax Enterprise Graph built-in search engines. More Single Sign-On strategies are now available to authenticate users […]

Meet Francesco Infante, back-end engineer @ Linkurious

The Linkurious team is growing and we are glad to welcome a new member. Francesco Infante is joining us as Back-end Engineer. Welcome Francesco! Who are you? I’m a software engineer, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. I’ve always knew what my passion was; I’ve started at the age of 3, playing Commander […]

Linkurious v1.4: streamline pattern detection with the Cypher-powered alert dashboard

The new major release of our graph visualization software Linkurious is now available! It provides a unique alert dashboard for teams of analysts, continuous indexing capabilities to Neo4j, support for AllegroGraph, and single sign-on (SSO) with Azure Active Directory. Linkurious v1.4.2 is available in two flavors: Starter and Enterprise. Releases always apply to both variants. New […]