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Creating a Graph Application with Python, Neo4j, Gephi and Linkurious.js

Find out how Packt Publishing, a company editing books for developers, used linkurious.js to build one giant Python graph to understand how its content relate to StackOverflow topics.  We connected with Greg Robert from Packt Publishing who shared with us how he build a great graph visualization application on top of linkurious.js. Read his story to learn […]

How to visualize your Facebook network

Facebook knows the social network of more than a billion persons. If you are a Facebook user though, you have little tools to explore your own social network. We are going to see how, with a few scraping tools, a Neo4j graph database and Linkurious, we can visualize our Facebook network. There is no easy […]

Announcing Linkurious Enterprise – The first data visualization platform for graph databases

Today, we’re excited to announce the public release of Linkurious Enterprise, the first data visualization platform for graph databases. Linkurious Enterprise helps organizations extract insights from their graph data in a safe and collaborative way. Two years ago we set out to democratize graph visualization. Since then, we have had the opportunity to work with over […]

Ugly Research uses Linkurious to turn data into decisions

Ugly Research uses Linkurious to help decision makers understand complex data. Ugly Research needed a way to interact with Neo4j visually Ugly Research is a California tech company developing PepperSlice, a next-generation dashboard for C-level executives. It uses the Neo4j graph database to store data and deliver insights. “Designing and developing our graph application was […]

CAC 40 : visualizing the French boardroom network

They say it is lonely at the top. For the 450 board directors leading the biggest companies in France that is certainly not true. They form a small network in which a few key individual wield a big influence. The network behind the boardrooms Even a CEO has to answer to someone. For the CEO […]

Introduction to the graph technologies landscape

This year the annual GraphLab Conference will bring together in San Francisco more than 900 data scientists, software engineers and big data analytics thinkers. They all share a real enthusiasm for the potential of graphs. The word used to be associated with tech giants like Google or Facebook who touted their Knowledge Graph and Social […]