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Browse the Facebook social graph in Oculus Rift with Linkurious

We are excited to announce Linkurious Rift, the virtual reality browser for the Facebook social graph. Virtual reality worlds will soon become a Web powered by social links and we face new challenges to navigate in this cyberspace. Oculus Rift is the platform that will lead to this human and technological revolution, backed by Facebook […]

Graph Viz 101: visual representation of graphs

Graph Viz 101 is a series of posts to teach the basics of graph visualization, written by Sébastien Heymann in collaboration with Bénédicte Le Grand of Université de Paris 1. This is our third post, please discuss it below! In this blog post we provide a short introduction to the most common ways to represent […]

A crowd-funded project to bring graph analytics to justice

A crowd-funded project from Stanford aims to use graph technologies to better understand international justice. Like Linkurious, you can support this research project and help scientists. You can help apply graph analytics to shed light on the way justice works The justice system is not the most transparent and data friendly domain. Quite the contrary. […]

How Conjur uses Linkurious and graphs to solve passwords management

A few months ago, we had the opportunity to get in touch with Conjur, a Massachusetts based cloud security company. Among their cloud security offerings are IT and developer focused tools that perform infrastructure password management and key escrow.  They are using Linkurious to better understand the relationships between the people who use their tools […]

Sigma.js 1.0, the next-gen graph drawing lib for the Web, is out!

At Linkurious our mission is to deliver enterprise-level applications for graph visualization and exploration. We naturally integrate world-class open source technologies in our products, like Neo4j, ElasticSearch and Node.js on the backend. On our Web frontend, graphs are rendered using our fork of Sigma.js, the most efficient graph visualization library on the market. Today the […]

Graph Viz 101: Emergence of knowledge through visualization

Graph Viz 101 is a series of posts to teach the basics of graph visualization, written by Sébastien Heymann in collaboration with Bénédicte Le Grand of Université de Paris 1. This is our third post, please discuss it below! In this blog post we provide a short introduction to the emergence of knowledge through visualization. […]

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