This Week in Neo4j – IT Operations and graphs, Building An Election Night Dashboard, Central Park Sandbox

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Our video this week features a couple of talks from the NODES 2020 Extended series.

Luanne Misquitta shows how to analyse IT Operations data using Hume, Will Lyon builds an Election Dashboard, and Lju Lazarevic launches the New York Central Park sandbox.

And finally, Will Lyon has started building a podcast application with the GRANDstack.

Cheers, Mark and the Developer Relations team

This week’s featured community member is Klaus Blass.

Klaus Blass - This Week’s Featured Community Member

Klaus Blass – This Week’s Featured Community Member

Klaus is a Consultant at the Development Data Group at the World Bank, assisting National Statistical Offices worldwide to conduct surveys and censuses.

He has been working in the IT industry for more than 40 years. During that time, he’s worked as an IBM Systems Engineer, supervisor of the Computer Centre for the Engineering Division at Kuwait Oil Company, and run his own company creating satellite communication solutions for telemetry applications

Recently, he’s been doing a lot of work with CAPI surveys and censuses and converted the census data for a Health and Demographic Surveillance System (HDSS) in Burkina Faso to a Neo4j graph. Klaus presented his work in the A Survey As A Graph talk at the NODES 2020 conference.

And this week Klaus also published a blog post based on his talk.

NODES 2020 Extended with Monojit Basu, Reuben Teijeiro and Aleksandra Asanin

Our video this week is from the NODES 2020 Extended series of talks.

There are two talks in this session. In the first talk, Monojit Basu discusses manifold structures in semi-supervised and multiview learning. In the second one, Aleksandra Asanin and Reuben Teijeiro explain how Neo4j helps in the recruiting process.

IT Operations and graphs, brought together by Hume insights

Luanne Misquitta has written a blog post, in which she shows how to model IT Operations as a knowledge graph in Hume.

She also demonstrates how to derive actionable insights, including single points of failure and dependency analysis.

Building An Election Night Dashboard With Neo4j Graph Apps: Bloom, Charts, And Neomap

In Will Lyon’s latest blog post, he shows how to use low code graph apps to build data visualizations around the US election with Neo4j.

The first part of the post is all about data import, before Will covers the rule based styling feature in Neo4j Bloom, as well as the recently added hierarchical layout. After that he builds some charts using Adam Cowley’s Charts Graph App, before conclusion with some spatial visualisations using Neomap.

Central Park Sandbox, JMeter Bolt Sampler, Neo4j on Windows Server 2019 Core Server

Podcast Search GraphQL API With Neo4j And The Podcast Index

This week on Will Lyon’s live stream he kicked off a new project: building a podcast application with the GRANDstack.

In this first blog post, Will designs the graph model and implements the podcast search using data from the Podcast Index API.

Tweet of the Week

My favourite tweet this week was by Estelle Scifo:

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