By Ryan Boyd, Developer Relations Neo4j | March 15, 2016
Last December, we announced the Neo4j Winter GraphGist Challenge.
We invited our global graphista community to document and explain how various types of data could be modeled in a graph, using the GraphGist tool. We had dozens of fantastic entries, and today I’m excited to announce the winners, which model data as a graph and demonstrate queries covering a wide variety of use cases.
All entrants received Neo4j T-shirts!
And the Grand Prize Winner Is…
The Grand Prize winner, receiving a $500 Amazon gift certificate (or equivalent) and a ticket to the GraphConnect conference is…
Santa Claus is coming to… the Galaxy by Jorge Albarrán! Congrats Jorge!
And the Category Winners Are…
We also have winners for each of the following categories. These winners each receive a $250 Amazon gift certificate (or equivalent) and a ticket to the GraphConnect conference!
- Pop Culture
- Exploring the Star Wars Social Networks by Evelina Gabasova
- Open/Government Data and Politics
- Drug Repurposing by hetnet relationship prediction: a new hope by Daniel Himmelstein
- Investigative Journalism
- Our Inspiration by Nicole Zoe Chau
- Sports and Recreation
- Running Competition by Dirk Vermeylen
- Public Web APIs
- Wikipedia Game by Sascha Peukert
And, and special thanks to all who participated, and the judges: Kevin Van Gundy, Nicole White, William Lyon, Jonatan Jäderberg and Luanne Misquitta!
Ready to build your own GraphGist? Don’t wait until the contest next year – get your practice now! We’ll share selected GraphGists on our website, blog and social media!
About the Author
Ryan Boyd, Developer Relations Neo4j
Ryan Boyd is a speaker, author, developer and developer relations guru with a background in coding, leadership and management.
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