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GraphConnect 2018 Agenda: Everything You Need to Know

You already know there are many exciting reasons you should attend GraphConnect 2018 – and, of course, we've got you properly jazzed on this year's roster of must-see presenters (including our two most recently announced keynote presenters). But the best reason of all to buy the ticket and take the ride? A bottom-to-top plentiful and packed agenda of all the keynotes, presentations and... Read more →

Check out the highlights and final agenda for talks and more at GraphConnect 2018.

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Fighting Money Laundering and Corruption with Graph Technology

The shocking revelations of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), who released both the Panama and Paradise Papers, as well as the West Africa Leaks, have shown that aggressive tax avoidance and money laundering are a widespread and worldwide problem. Money laundering often correlates with other illegal activities such as terrorist financing and corruption in... Read more →

An algorithm to calculate UBO status as defined in Structr's Flow Editor.

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When Graph Meets Big Data: Obstacles and Opportunities for Visualization

Love the buzzword or hate it, “big data” is an inescapable reality. Whether it’s for business intelligence or bioinformatics, recommendation engines or risk analysis, the volume, variety and velocity of data is only going to increase. Graph is an undeniably powerful tool for working with big data. Unfortunately, one of graph’s greatest strengths – intuitive visualization – is... Read more →

Graph layout done in 2D with Gephi.

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5 Ways to Tackle Big Graph Data with KeyLines and Neo4j

Understanding big graph data requires two things: a robust graph database and a powerful graph visualization engine. That’s why hundreds of developers have combined Neo4j with the KeyLines graph visualization toolkit to create effective, interactive tools for exploring and making sense of their graph data. But humans are not big data creatures. Given most adults can store between 4-7 items... Read more →

Learn about graph visualization for Neo4j using KeyLines

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Effective Internal Risk Models for FRTB Compliance: The Importance of Risk Model Approval

Sweeping regulations are changing the way banks handle risk. The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) represents an important shift designed to provide a firm foundation for the future. While laws passed after the financial crisis offered a patchwork, the FRTB is a change that offers banks a motivation for putting in place a strong infrastructure for the future. In this series on the... Read more →

Learn why risk model approval is critical to effective internal risk models for FRTB compliance

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This Week in Neo4j – Modeling Complex Financial Instruments, Loading Streaming Data, Solving a Rubik’s Cube

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 learn how to model complex financial instruments, load streaming data into Neo4j, solve a Rubik’s cube, shuffle a pack of cards using random walks, and use Kettle as part of our ETL process. Featured Community Member: Ron van... Read more →

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