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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 […]

Is Linkurious Enterprise an alternative to i2?

Law enforcement and intelligence analysis teams are often familiar with IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook. It’s not surprising as the software has been around since 2011. At Linkurious, we’re regularly asked by prospective clients whether Linkurious Enterprise is an alternative to IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook in intelligence analysis. In order to help them we have put […]

Linkurious Enterprise 2.8: schema management and timeline

We are happy to share that a new beta release of Linkurious Enterprise is available. This new version ships with:  Schema management capabilities that simplify the control, edition and display of data A timeline to provide new time analysis capabilities.  This release also brings the ability to turn on/off the the autosave mode support for […]

The 6 questions to find an investigation platform in the age of complex data

The growing complexity of data-driven investigations exposes organizations to serious risks because of undetected threats. With data scattered across tools and databases, investigation teams fighting cyber attacks, financial crime or national security threats are struggling. The graph approach offers a unique way to tackle these issues but also brings new questions. How to make sense […]