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Tag Publications: graph visualization

Ogma 3.0: Visual Grouping out in beta!

We recently released Ogma 3.0, a new version of Ogma, our JavaScript graph visualization library. This version comes with a new feature called Visual Grouping. The Visual Grouping feature provides a new way to make sense of complex graphs: Highlight similar entities by grouping them together visually, Simplify visualizations by grouping nodes and relationships, Dynamically switch […]

We’re sponsoring these Neo4j Graph events – see you there

We’re excited to announce our sponsorship of several Neo4j graph events! Over the course of the next 3 months, we’ll be sponsoring and attending 5 Neo4j graph events taking place throughout 4 different countries! You’ll not only hear from industry experts themselves, but also from key companies relying on graph technology to help transform the […]

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 […]

How tech4pets is combating pet trafficking with graph technology

Discover our user stories and learn about the challenges they overcame with graph technology. In this post, our partners from tech4pets explain how their organization is helping animal welfare associations and authorities dismantle pet trafficking networks through the collection and analysis of online data.

VAT fraud : the mysterious case of the missing trader

We have explored in the past how businesses are targeted by fraud schemes. Countries too are victims of fraud. In Europe the Value Added Tax (VAT) is manipulated by criminals that can win hundreds of millions. Let’s see how these VAT fraud rings operate and how to use graph technologies to detect them. Getting rich […]