Fred Cheyunski, Independent Researcher
A hands-on non-programmer’s introduction to initiating and using networked information analysis for knowledge acquisition and exploration.
Among the various prominent GDB applications, I found that Neo4j is readily accessible with extensive supporting information along with training videos available and updates extending its features and reach. For instance, at one point, Neo4j added plugins for Gephi and Cytoscape to allow people to take advantage of the graphics in the respective programs (e.g. see Villedieu 2014). Because of its relative ease of use and possibilities for analysis, I chose to concentrate on Neo4j.
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