[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Nearly every analyst of the retail industry would consider Amazon as the source of the declining… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Galit Gontar and Robert Edwards at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016: Presentation Summary As a vertically integrated company, Glidewell Laboratories needs their processes and workflows to be flexible and open to innovation.… Learn More →

“We chose a graph database because it’s so much more expressive and a natural representation of the type of data we work with,” says Galit Gontar, Software Engineer at Glidewell Laboratories in Irvine, California. In fact, Gontar and the Glidewell… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Ivan Portilla at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: The three eras of computing What is cognitive computing? What’s new with Watson? Streamlining travel with Wayblazer

The Internet of Things (IoT) is undoubtedly one of the greatest growing tides in technology today. The IoT sector is set to revolutionize everything from home appliances and self-driving cars to building management and smart farming. And while consumer-oriented IoT… Learn More →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I chatted with Dr. Andreas Weber, the former Vice President of Operations at Schleich and now an independent semantic PDM consultant in Germany. I caught up with Dr. Weber at GraphConnect Europe. Here’s what we… Learn More →

While graph databases are certainly a rising tide in the world of technology, graph theory and graph algorithms are mature and well-understood fields of computer science. In particular, graph search algorithms can be used to mine useful patterns and results… Learn More →

We’re going to talk quite a lot about reality in the Internet of Things (IoT) in this post. Some Background on IoT We’ll first set a little bit of background on the subject and what’s happening in the IoT space.… Learn More →

After a recent presentation, I was asked “What can you do with Structr that you can’t with other software?” As we were short on time, I just replied with “You can do anything, but in much less time.” I wish… Learn More →

A Preview of Tom Sawyer Software’s Geographic Drawing Views In response to customer needs, we have developed a new way to visualize spatial data that combines the power of our existing rule-based graph drawing and the Open Layers map library.… Learn More →

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,… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Chris Morrison and Julien Mazerolle of Trace One, delivered this presentation on how Trace One uses Neo4j to increase food supply chain transparency. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register… Learn More →

This week’s 5-minute interview is with Karl Urich, the President of DataFoxtrot based in Albany, New York. Karl is also a community contributor to the Neo4j blog. I chatted with Karl at GraphConnect San Francisco. Q: Can you tell us… Learn More →

Wie versprochen hier der Blog Post zu unserem Webinar mit Joachim und Christian von synyx. Für all die von Ihnen, die nicht teilnehmen konnten, gibt es die Aufzeichnung und die Präsentation. Wenn es an der Zeit ist eine Datenbank für… Learn More →

Whether your enterprise operates in the retail, social, services or media sector, offering your users highly targeted, real-time recommendations is essential to maximizing customer value and staying competitive. Unlike other business data, recommendations must be inductive and contextual in order… Learn More →

Geography is a natural domain for graphs and graph databases. So natural, in fact, that early map users of Neo4j simply rolled their own map support. However, it takes some effort to deal with spatial indexes, geometries and topologies, and… Learn More →