Linkurious Enterprise supports the JanusGraph database. In this post, we explain how to connect Linkurious Enterprise to the JanusGraph distributed graph database to visualize connected data and find hidden insights.
From detecting anomalies to understanding what are the key elements in a network, or highlighting communities, graph analytics reveal information that would otherwise remain hidden in your data. We will see how to integrate your graph analytics with Linkurious Enterprise to detect and investigate insights in your connected data.
What is a knowledge graph Popularized by the introduction of Google’s Knowledge Graph in 2012, the use of knowledge graphs is now spreading among businesses. Defined as large networks of entities that integrate semantic types, properties, and relationships between entities, they organize all the data in an enterprise-wide graph within an organization. Enterprise knowledge graphs […]
On January 15, BuzzFeed released a large dataset of Donald Trump’s connections, including people, organizations and the nature of their relationships. In this post, we showcase Donald Trump political network visualization based on that dataset.
Courtesy of the US State Department we have access to part of Hillary Clinton’s emails. Using graph visualization we will explore this data, focusing not on the content of the emails but on their metadata. Let’s see what kind of information we can uncover about Hillary Clinton’s professional network. Building a graph of Clinton’s emails with […]
Recently Infogreffe, the organization responsible for keeping track of company information in France, opened access to its data. Anyone can now view key information regarding French companies created in 2014 and 2015. Let’s explore this data with a graph-approach to understand the connections between French companies. Open data about the French companies For years Infogreffe has enjoyed a lucrative monopoly […]