[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Why Are We Doing This? Data analysis is the phenomenon of dissecting, structuring and understanding data.… Read more →

GraphConnect Eve is almost here, which means it’s time for our annual GraphHack Hackathon! This year’s event will be hosted at the eBay, Inc. headquarters in New York City on the evening of Monday, October 23rd. All Your GraphHack Questions… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by John Swain at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Summary In this presentation, learn how John Swain of Right Relevance (and Microsoft Azure) set out to analyze Twitter conversations around both Brexit and… Read more →

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), in partnership with the graph platform company Neo4j, are proud to welcome Manuel Villa as the first-ever Neo4j Connected Data Fellow. The fellowship, announced last May, was inspired by the way graph databases… Read more →

Regardless of your political affiliation or demographic it’s difficult to deny the effects of the recent fake news boom. The Pew Research Center conducted a survey that found that two in three adults in U.S. believe that the upsurge of… Read more →

Neo4j’s CEO, Emil Eifrem, recently blogged about a data journalism fellowship to compliment our Data Journalism Accelerator Program. Yesterday, at the GraphConnect Europe conference, Emil announced additional details on the Fellowship and invited the data journalism community to apply. Neo4j… Read more →

Fake news is one of the more troubling trends of 2017. The term is liberally applied to discredit everything, from stories with perceived bias through to ‘alternative facts’ and downright lies. It has a warping effect on public opinion and… Read more →

It’s that time of year again for the biggest (and best) graph database hackathon in this or any other parallel universe: The GraphHack. This year’s event takes place at CodeNode London on GraphConnect Eve (10th May 2017). The hackathon will… Read more →

Long before the publication of the Panama Papers investigation in April last year – which was mostly recently awarded the Pulitzer Prize, among other accolades – data journalism had had to deal with vast amounts of highly connected information. Traditionally… Read more →

Introduction Let’s jump right into it. You’re a Python developer interested in Neo4j and want to build a web app, microservice or mobile app. You’ve already read up on Neo4j, played around with some datasets, and know enough Cypher to… Read more →

“Using artificial intelligence, we’re creating what you could call a social network of the mind,” says Cindee Madison, Data Engineer at Gallium Artistic Services. With tools such as IBM Watson — which provides the technology that allows robots to check… Read more →

Update: The Google Doc source and structure changed, we updated the import statements and queries on the trumpworld-graph GitHub repository. I came across this tweet by Sanchez Castro which I am more than happy to support. Hey @neo4j please do… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Lorenzo Speranzoni at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: Converting JSON documents into nodes Couchbase integration architecture How the JDBC driver makes use of the Bolt… Read more →

Tom Sawyer Software is a Silver sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Meet their team on October 13-14th at the Hyatt Regency SF. The Offshore Leaks Database Challenge The Panama Papers investigation and resulting Offshore Leaks database present an interesting challenge… Read more →

The Neo4j community has been busy this summer with a number of great projects, code libraries and a host of great articles on how graphs are everywhere – including everything from the Rio Summer Olympics to examining ISIS support and… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I spoke with Paul Jongsma, Founder of Webtic. Paul and I sat down together at GraphConnect Europe last April. Here’s what we talked about: Can you tell me a little bit about how you guys… Read more →

The Neo4j community has been very active this summer – that much is obvious. What you might not have noticed is how many new integrations and drivers have been published for new programming languages in the last month. Highlights include:… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Dan Murphy from the Financial Times at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick recap of what he covered: The transition of media from print to digital, particularly for the Financial Times… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I sat down with Mar Cabra, the Data & Research Unit Editor at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). I caught up with Mar at GraphConnect Europe after her standing-room-only keynote: “How the ICIJ… Read more →

Today’s journalists don’t find themselves short on data – rather, they’re drowning in it. As the Panama Papers investigation has clearly shown, today’s biggest breaking news stories are centered around data and the stories that can be extracted from it.… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Don’t miss this live webinar with Mar Cabra on how the ICIJ used Neo4j to unravel the Panama Papers happening today (26 May) at 9:00 PDT / 18:00 CEST. Click here to register or for more info. The… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I caught up with Kent Lovestjärna, the Digital Media Manager at Hästens Sängar in Köping, Sweden. I chatted at Kent while we were at GraphConnect Europe. Here’s what we discussed: Q: Talk to me about… Read more →

Every year around GraphConnect, the Neo4j community shows off how awesome they are with even more and better content than usual. April 2016 was no exception, especially in light of the Neo4j 3.0 announcement and the ongoing Panama Papers coverage.… Read more →

Editor’s note: The recently revealed Paradise Papers investigation used Neo4j as a key technology to find connections in leaked data. In this blog post from last year, the ICIJ’s Mar Cabra talks about the similar investigation into the Panama Papers… Read more →

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Movie recommendation systems usually ask you to rate what you like or dislike so it can… Read more →