GraphAlchemist to sponsor GraphConnect 2014 SF and demo latest Alchemy.js release Written by Huston Hedinger, Founder and CEO of GraphAlchemist and originally posted on the GraphAlchemist blog. GraphAlchemist is a Neo Technology partner and provides data science and data visualization… Learn More →

Monsters and Fraud and Graphs, Oh My! From mapping social relationships, to detecting fraud, to troubleshooting a fantasy world full of monsters and quests, graphs truly are everywhere at Gamesys. As GraphConnect 2013 speaker Toby O’Rourke explains, the use of… Learn More →

World of WarGraph Originally posted on Bruggen Blog Written by Rik Van Bruggen Today is August 4th, 2014. For most people, that date probably does not mean a lot – but for many people in Europe it probably does –… Learn More →

Graphs are everywhere, so show us yours! A few weeks ago, Neo4j launched our #ShowMeYourGraph twitter contest in preparation for GraphConnect 2014 SF. In celebration of this, we thought we’d highlight some Graph Visualizations our community has produced. Take a… Learn More →

Our community of graphistas hit it out of the park once again by writing articles, creating graphgists and spreading the word about the power of graph databases. We’ve picked a few of our favorite community posts from the month of… Learn More →

Neo4j Co-Founder and GraphConnect speaker discusses the role of Graph databases in the future of finance Originally posted on Wired.com Written by CEO of Neo Technology, Emil Eifrem At first glance, the idea that the banking or finance sector could… Learn More →

(Neo4j)-[:LOVES]→(OSCON)-[:IN]→(Portland) During the last week of July, the Neo4j team had a great time at the Open Source Conference (OSCON) in Portland, OR. We met old friends and made new ones, had great discussions about Open-Source, NoSQL databases, interesting graph… Learn More →

What do bees and marketing have in common? It’s all about connections. Marketing professionals and executives have a lot to learn from a beehive, says CEO of Beehaus co-founder Jeremi Karnell. Connections and networks drive the spread of information in… Learn More →

GraphGist: Modeling Food Recommendations We take great pride in our community of out-of-this-world graphistas. Every week members new and old show off their Cypher-prowess through GraphGists – Asciidoc files rendered in our browser. Every week we like to highlight one… Learn More →

O’Reilly recently published an article on their blog highlighting the exciting world of graph databases. In a highly connected world – where it’s not what you know but whom you know – it makes intuitive sense to arrange our knowledge… Learn More →

Graphs are changing the face of consumer analytics. Neo4j customer Pitney Bowes knows the power of a graph database. A recent blog post on their corporate site details how graph databases can help companies unlock vital customer insights. Navin Sharma,… Learn More →

Neo4j 2.1.0 Milestone 2 is a beta release, marking progress towards revision of core functionality. While some features show promise this release is not recommended for production use. Notable changes: Kernel – new low-level locks API, and the Forseti lock… Learn More →

OSCON Twitter Graph As a part of Neo4j’s community engagement around OSCON, we wanted to look at the social media activity of the attendees on Twitter. Working with the Twitter Search API and searching for mentions of “OSCON”, we wanted… Learn More →

Dr. Jim Webber knows how to capture an audience’s attention. With a combination of memes, anecdotes and language unfit for a royal audience, Jim has enraptured audiences around the world with his presentations on Neo4j and graph databases.   In… Learn More →

Summary Ian Robinson introduces tools and techniques for building a system around a graph engine, experiment with graph data, and using it in an application. Bio Ian Robinson works on research and development for future versions of the Neo4j graph… Learn More →

GraphGist: Modeling the Tour De France competition The Neo4j community constantly and consistently produces incredible works of Cypher genius in their GraphGists. These gists represent everything from the World of Harry Potter to Bank Fraud Detection. In recognition of our… Learn More →