Graph analytics have value only if you have the skills to use them and if they can quickly provide the insights you need. Therefore, the best graph algorithms are easy to use, fast to execute and produce powerful results. Neo4j… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Luanne Misquitta at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary In this presentation, Luanne Misquitta shares her facility for engaging with the challenges of human capital management (HCM) in contemporary organizations using graph… Read more →

It’s no secret that Russian operatives used Twitter and other social media platforms in attempt to influence the most recent U.S. presidential election cycle with fake news. The question most people aren’t asking is: How did they do it? More… 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.] It is widely known that Neo4j is able to load and write RDF. Until now, RDF… Read more →

Last week, in part one of my interview with Dr. Aaron Clauset, we reviewed how network science was evolving and how it’s dismantling preconceived notions about networks in general. Clauset also stressed the crucial role of interdisciplinary collaboration when it… Read more →

I recently had the opportunity to combine work and pleasure and meet with Dr. Aaron Clauset, an expert on network science, data science and complex systems. In 2016, Clauset won the Erdos-Renyi Prize in Network Science but you might be… Read more →

Early this morning (1 Dec.), the Pulitzer Prize-winning International Consortium for Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released an ICIJ version of Neo4j Desktop which includes the Paradise Papers and the other Offshore Leaks graph data. This desktop package – available for Windows,… Read more →

Our friends from the ICIJ (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists) just announced the Paradise Papers this past week, a new trove of leaked documents from the law firm Appleby and trust company Asiaciti. Similar to the Panama Papers before (which… Read more →

Once again, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has shaken the world with a far-reaching, in-depth investigation into the shadowy world of offshore finance: The Paradise Papers. Using Neo4j, the ICIJ has built upon their Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation of… Read more →

The graph data model is inherently visual. Try explaining a graph to someone new. You’ll inevitably draw a picture, or wave your hands around to convey what you mean by ‘nodes… links…. and more nodes’. People think in graphs, and… Read more →

This is the first demo I developed with Neo4j. The objective of the demo is to open the discussion about graph databases, Neo4j, big data, analytics and IBM Power Systems with our global customers. I decided to use Twitter as… Read more →

There are a lot of great reasons to attendGraphConnect New York, but one of the best reasons is that every year we feature an entirely new lineup of the world’s best graph database technology experts. This year’s GraphConnect is no… 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 →

Recently we announced the availability of some super efficient graph algorithms for Neo4j. In case you missed the announcement, we now have an easy-to-use library of graph algorithms that are tuned to make full use of compute resources. As part… Read more →

In last week’s post, we discussed why designing a fully automated fake news detector is currently infeasible and introduced a semi-automated, graph-based solution which would use machine learning to work alongside human fact checkers to scalably flag and quarantine fake… Read more →

When we announced the new Neo4j Sandbox back in March, we enabled developers to learn Neo4j while exploring data and interactive guides for four use cases: Recommendations Engines, TrumpWorld, US Congress (Legis-Graph) and Twitter analysis. We’ve seen lots of developers… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Aaron Wallace at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Modern enterprises need to have a full, 360-view of their customers drive their bottom line. This requires the integration of data from… Read more →

“As with any kind of software, the best for the job is one whose function matches your data structures,” said David Brian Ward, CEO and Founder of Telegraph Hill Software. David and his team were searching for a tool that… 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 →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j, where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph database in the last seven days. This week we look at how to create a Twitter clone using Neo4j, the Neo4j data… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Tilo Walter at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: How to use graphs to leverage and navigate business leader social networks Combining Kantwert and Neo4j to… Read more →

Welcome to This Week in Neo4j. If you’ve got any ideas for things we should cover in future editions, I’m @markhneedham on Twitter or send an email to devrel@neo4j.com. WordPress Recommendation Engine Adam Cowley has been busy over the last… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Julien Mazerolle and Julien Durand at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what they covered: The importance of consumer trust for food companies How to map the food supply… 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 →

The year is off to a great start when to comes to the Neo4j community. If this month is any indication of what’s to come, then we know that 2017 will be a big year for Neo4j projects, drivers and… Read more →