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Tag Publications: visualization

Graph Viz 101: a visual language of node-link diagrams

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 fifth post, please discuss it below! In this blog post we introduce the mapping of data to visual representations in node-link diagrams, […]

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 […]

Linkurious is now compatible with Neo4j 2.0

We are excited to announce a new release of Linkurious compatible with Neo4j 2.0. This new release comes with new features, bug fixes and improvements. Linkurious makes graph data easy to explore The new version of Neo4j brings a lot of improvement including better performances, support for labels and a new exploration UX. We are […]

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

Watch the video record on-line at watch.neo4j.org. 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 […]

We are looking for interesting graph or network datasets : please help us!

We are building a tool to help people understand and visualize graph data. This means that we are always on the lookout for new datasets we can bring the power of graph visualization to. In the coming months we will be participating in conferences, meeting people and writing stuff on this blog. We want to use these […]