The 5-Minute Interview: Irina Balaur, Researcher at EISBM

For this week's 5-Minute Interview, I chatted with Irina Balaur, Postdoctoral Researcher at the European Institute for Systems Biology and Medicine in Lyon, France. I caught up with Irina at GraphConnect Europe last April. Here's what we talked about: Talk to me about how you use Neo4j — what project are you currently working on? Irina Balaur: I'm using Neo4j as part of the... Read more →

Catch this week’s 5-Minute Interview with Irina Balaur, Researcher at the EISBM


“Google” Your Own Brain: Create a CMS with Neo4j & Elasticsearch [Community Post]

Grasp Theory is a project that is exploring a new way to catalogue and recall documents that are personally relevant. This article describes some high-level concepts being used that leverage Neo4j. The Power of the Graph Having a graph to represent connections between content is really powerful. It’s a really hot topic and Google solidified a dynasty off their PageRank algorithm... Read more →

Learn how to create a content management system (CMS) using Neo4j, Mazerunner and Elasticsearch


Imperative vs. Declarative Query Languages: What’s the Difference?

The history of programming languages goes back to the beginning of computing, with new languages being created for each variation and paradigm. When it comes to databases, two well-known paradigms include imperative and declarative query languages. All too often, the latter is often broadly defined as being any database query language that is not imperative. However, to define it in such a... Read more →

Explore imperative and declarative query languages and their different advantages and disadvantages


From the Neo4j Community: August 2016

The Neo4j community has been busy this summer with a number of great projects, code libraries and a host of great articles on how graphs are everywhere – including everything from the Rio Summer Olympics to examining ISIS support and opposition networks. We can't wait to see what other great uses of Neo4j the community comes up with in September! If you would like to see your post... Read more →

Explore all of the great articles and projects created by the Neo4j community in August 2016


The EU ETS Dashboard: An Open Source Tool to Fight Climate Change [Community Post]

We at Sandbag have recently launched the beta release of our EU Emissions Trading System Dashboard, an innovative tool that provides a user-friendly and interactive access to emission trading data extracted from the European Union Transaction Log (EUTL) together with other data integrated by our team (e.g., auction data and a more meaningful sectors aggregation). We are excited to present... Read more →

Learn how the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) Dashboard is used to help fight climate change


Neo4j + KeyLines: The Developer’s Route out of Dependency Hell [Community Post]

Most software developers will, at some point, find themselves in dependency hell. It’s a terrible place to be, a frustrating maze created by conflicting interdependencies between software components. Most software projects build on top of other tools – re-using libraries or modules to save time and effort. As projects and teams grow, these dependencies can quickly become a dense forest... Read more →

Learn how to use Neo4j + KeyLines for software dependency management via graph visualization



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