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In this week’s newsletter, learn about estimating the probability of a drug receiving approval in clinical trials – a huge optimization of the pharmaceutical research workflow. The authors of this study used Neo4j to ingest data from diverse databases independently, then integrated them based on their use case. Their machine learning approach features biological activities, physico-chemical properties of the compounds, target-related features, and NLP-based compound representation. Don’t miss Predicting Clinical Trial Using Graph Database Integration and Machine Learning.
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FEATURED COMMUNITY MEMBER: Sean Robinson
GRAPH EMBEDDINGS EXPLAINED: How Nodes Get Mapped to VectorsPhilipp Brunenberg shows you how to map your graph structures to vectors and get started with machine learning today using the node2vec approach. He walks you through the math and explores how we can generate powerful graph embeddings.
HEALTH: Predicting Clinical Trial Using Graph Database Integration & Machine LearningGraph databases excel at handling heterogenous data sources as exemplified in this study estimating the probability of a drug to receive approval in clinical trials.
DISCOVER AURA FREE: GraphConnect Conference Agenda
UNDER THE HOOD: Real-Time Analytical Processing
In this eighth episode of Under The Hood, Chris Gioran discusses the unique analytics possibilities presented by the graph data model.
AI: Inductive Graph Neural Networks for Transfer Learning
INTERVIEW: On Graph Database Use Cases and SolutionsRoberto Zicari and Tara Shankar Jana sit down for a chat on how DZD uses a Neo4j knowledge graph to map and analyze biomedical information to develop effective prevention and treatment measures.
TWEET OF THE WEEK: @jpjarnouxDon’t forget to retweet if you like it!
Our first pangenome graph DB design at #D4GEN with Neo4j#pangenome #Hackathon @GenoLabgem @GUILLAUMEGAUTRE pic.twitter.com/oU1CDhFmMr— Jérôme Arnoux (@jpjarnoux) May 20, 2022
… Of Interest
In this article, Sean Robinson examines the order of steps in natural language processing, looking at seven steps to unlock meaning within natural language data. Watch it.
Mehul Gupta analyzes how different path-finding algorithms in Neo4j Graph Data Science can be used to solve a data science problem. Check it out.
It’s been ten years since Google first coined the term “knowledge graph.” Here’s a brief history of the technology and its impact. Check out the article.