Last time, our Editor-in-Chief, Bryce Merkl Sasaki, sent a raven and featured a video showcasing the power of graph analytics with a Game of Thrones dataset. (Eeeee, SUNDAY!!)
For my turn, I dunno… maybe you’re feeling less than cerebral at the end of the work week? I’m raising my hand. Perhaps you just want to stare at some pretty colors while learning about something awesome? Yeah, let’s do that.
Neo4j Bloom – our data visualization tool that makes graph analytics fun for everyone – is packed with a ton of benefits, but it’s also simply mesmerizing to see in action.
Slump back into your seat, press play and watch Rik Van Bruggen effortlessly investigate fishy data patterns in financial transactions with Neo4j Bloom. Bonus: If your boss walks over wondering what you’re spacing out to, you have something 100% legitimate to show them.
Neo4j Bloom is a breakthrough graph exploration application for visually interacting with graph data. Because of its illustrative qualities, the tool provides the ideal way to communicate patterns in data with peers, managers and executives. It’s also just so darn beautiful.
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About the Author
Jocelyn Hoppa , Managing Editor, Neo4j
Jocelyn has been involved in some form of content creation since graduating with a journalism degree in 1999. With various stints at A&E publications, she eventually helmed rock magazine institution Crawdaddy! as the Editor-in-Chief. Somewhat incongruously, in her free time, she wrote a biography for teens on Isaac Asimov. Today, when not building content around the fascinating world of graphs, she manages her own online music magazine, No Recess!.