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Graph Viz 101: Why Exploratory Network Analysis?

We are launching Graph Viz 101, 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 first post, please discuss it below! A graph (also called network) is made of a set of entities, called nodes, […]

We’ll be talking about graph visualization at GraphConnect in San Francisco

Linkurious will be present for the GraphConnect 2013 San Francisco conference, taking place on October 3-4. Jean will be talking about how to search, explore and visualize Neo4j data with Linkurious. Graphs are hard to understand even for those who work with them. Whether you’re developing an application or looking for answers in your data, this […]

Officially launching Linkurious, a graph visualization solution for Neo4j

A few months after launching our beta, we are proud to announce that we are releasing the first version of Linkurious. We hope it will help you manage and explore your graph data easily. It reflects the feedback we received from our beta users and first customers, the graph community and our vision of democratizing […]

Six degrees of Kevin Bacon : a webinar on graph visualization (and movies)

Watch the video record on-line at In the 1960’s a scientist called Milgram unveiled the underlying social networks in human societies with a few simple letters. Today it seems networks are everywhere but without tools and techniques to explore them, they remain mysterious. In a coming webinar, we’ll demonstrate how to use Linkurious to […]

Talking about graph visualization in London (27/02)

We will be in London on the 27th to talk about graph visualization. We will explain why visualization is key to understanding graphs and present some of the options people can use to do so. Of course, we will also talk about Linkurious and why we think it solve some of the common problems with […]