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This Week in Neo4j – Pink Programming, Graph Visualization using Neovis.js, Analysing Debian Packages

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we have Graph Visualization using Neovis.js, a write up of the Pink Programming event, analysing Debian packages, and more. Featured Community Member: Norbert Preining This week’s featured community member is Norbert Preining, Research and... Read more →

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Graph Technology Is in the POLE Position to Help Law Enforcement [Video]

A great graph database use case that is starting to emerge is the use of graph technology as a way to better support the police and other law enforcement officials, which also has applications for other security and investigative use cases like anti-terrorism, border control, and social services. The main way practitioners are doing this is leveraging the POLE (Person, Object, Location,... Read more →

Learn how law enforcement officials are effectively using a POLE data model with graph technology

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Graph Algorithms in Neo4j: Streamline Data Discoveries with Graph Analytics

To analyze the billions of relationships in your connected data, you need efficiency and high performance, as well as powerful analytical tools that address a wide variety of graph problems. Fortunately, graph algorithms are up to the challenge. In this series on graph algorithms, we’ll discuss the value of graph algorithms and what they can do for you. Last week, we explored how data... Read more →

Streamline your data discoveries with graph analytics by using the graph algorithms library in Neo4j

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This Week in Neo4j – Medium, GraphTour, GraphQL, Survey, Swag

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. As my colleague Mark Needham is still on his well earned vacation, I’m filling in this week. Featured Community Member: Martin Preusse Martin Preusse is a cell biology researcher and integrator working in Munich. Martin is working at the... Read more →

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Your Open Invitation to Publish with the Neo4j Community on Medium

Hello everyone, We, the developer relations team at Neo4j, are always looking for new ways to support the Neo4j developer community. We are starting a Medium publication around Neo4j-related topics to not only share lessons learned as well as tips and tricks, but also to encourage every one of you to contribute and share as well. How You Can Get Involved So if you have written a Neo4j or... Read more →

Learn how you're invited to blog with the rest of the Neo4j community in our new Medium publication

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Meet SemSpect: A Different Approach to Graph Visualization [Community Post]

Understanding large graphs is challenging. Sure, a proper Cypher query can retrieve valuable information. But how do you find the pivotal queries when the structure of your graph is not known? In this post, I discuss SemSpect – a tool that makes use of a visualization paradigm that allows you to ad hoc visualize and interactively query large graphs to understand, analyze and track your... Read more →

Learn all about SemSpect, a new tool for intuitive graph visualization compatible with Neo4j

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