By Greta Workman, Marketing Manager | September 19, 2014
GraphGist of the Week!
This week’s GraphGist of the Week goes out to iKwattro for his GitHub Events Analysis with Neo4j. He used data from the 3rd annual GitHub Data Challenge to take a deep dive into GitHub events using Neo4j. With a few lines of Cypher he was able to see everything from “Which repository was most forked” to “the average number of comments on a PR before a PR is merged.” Well done!
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About the Author
Greta Workman, Marketing Manager
Greta Workman has about four years of marketing and external affairs experience through internships at CBS, Pfizer, and Columbia Business School, with some non-profit work scattered in there as well. She recently graduated from Barnard College of Columbia University in NYC with a degree in Political Economics
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