Graphs in China: 5-Minute Interview with Richard Wu & George Zhang

Read this interesting interview with the co-founders of Beijing We-Yun on how they use Neo4j’s graph technology to help their business.

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Discover the Soul of a Product Using Neo4j and React

See how the engineering team at Under Armour created an X-Ray Graph with Neo4j to enable employees to better understand the product journey.

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This Week in Neo4j – SKOS taxonomy, Asset Management System, Introduction to Liquigraph

Hi graphistas, It’s been a bit of a hectic week over here. My highlight was presenting some online Neo4j training with the 1-year old playing in the background! I hope things are going well wherever you are in the world.… Read more →

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Announcing New Introduction to Neo4j 4.x Online Training Courses!

We have reorganized our Introduction to Neo4j course into multiple courses and we just published them on our GraphAcademy site. We have found that some users simply want an overview of Neo4j without needing to learn how to write Cypher… Read more →

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Your Roadmap for an Enterprise Graph Strategy

Michael Moore from EY discusses how to start the graph conversation at your company and set a successful enterprise graph strategy.

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20 NODES 2020 Talks You May Have Missed

Check out the amazing talks from Neo4j Online Developer Expo and Summit you might have missed.

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Best Practices to Make (Very) Large Updates in Neo4j

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Fanghua Joshua Yu at NODES 2019. Presentation Summary Fanghua Joshua Yu. I’m a Neo4j Pre-Sales & Field Engineering Lead in the APAC region. Today’s session theme is based on a question. The question… Read more →

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How the GRANDstack Makes Handling Complex Data Easy

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Michael Porter at NODES 2019 in October 2019. Presentation Summary GRANDstack is a full-stack framework for building applications with GraphQL, React, Apollo and the Neo4j Database. In this talk, Michael Porter, Founder of… Read more →

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Graph Data Platforms: From a Napkin Sketch to a Category Leader

Learn about Neo4j’s evolution to being named a leading Graph Data Platform by Forrester Research in their recent report.

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New Certification Exam Available: Neo4j 4.0 Certification

Learn how to become a certified Neo4j professional by taking this GraphAcademy certification exam on Neo4j 4.0.

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The Great Hookup: Announcing Neo4j Connector for Apache Spark

Announcing a new and great integration tool that moves and reshapes data bi-directionally between Neo4j and Apach Spark.

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Fixing Your Microservices Architecture Using Graph Analysis

Learn how a graph helps detect antipatterns in your microservices architecture, visualize your whole system and conduct cross-services impact analysis.

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Analyzing the FinCEN Files with Neo4j

The ICIJ used Neo4j to expose a vast money laundering network running through Western banks. This blog analyzes the FinCEN Files data.

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Building Spatial Search Algorithms for Neo4j

Craig Taverner, Senior Software Engineer at Neo4j, presents building Spatial Search Algorithms based on his work with Stephan van der Lind.

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Combating Money Laundering: Sprints with Money Queries

Learn about specific characteristics and components of Neo4j that make it ideal for addressing the requirements of anti-money laundering.

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#GraphCast: Neo4j Sandbox Quick Start Guide for Summer of Nodes

This week’s GraphCast features our Sandbox just in time for the Summer of Nodes. Play with projects and follow guides, no downloads required.

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Building a Graph of History with The Codex

Learn about how the Codex deeply integrates text and data by building a graph network of people, places, events and concepts embedded in texts.

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This Week in Neo4j – Exploring DBpedia with neosemantics, Graph Database Based Apps, New Elixir driver

Discover what’s new in the Neo4j community for the week of 1 August 2020, including Exploring DBpedia with neosemantics and an intro to Fabric.

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Building the Enterprise Knowledge Graph

Learn how to build and implement an enterprise knowledge graph from the groun up using the Google Drive API and Neo4j Python.

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Introducing Drivine: Graph Database Client for Node.js and Typescript

Last week, Liberation Data launched the v2.x stream of Drivine. Drivine is a client library for Node.js and TypeScript. It is designed to support multiple graph databases, simultaneously if you wish, and to scale to hundreds or thousands of transactions… Read more →

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Getting Started with Neo4j Fabric

Learn everything you need to know to get started with Neo4j Fabric, a new 4.0 feature allowing you to store and retrieve data in multiple databases.

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The Secret Sauce of Neo4j: Modeling and Querying Graphs

Learn about the secret sauce of Neo4j, and understand what graphs are all about. Delve into use cases such as recommendation engines and flight data.

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Rethink Your Master Data: The Limits of Relational Databases

Read the second blog in Neo4j’s new five-part series on how Neo4j’s graph technology can help you rethink your master data.

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Introducing Neo4j 4.1

Learn about new features we’re introducing with Neo4j 4.1, including role-based access control and granular security, Causal Clustering and more.

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Graph-Powered Recommendations: Hybrid Scoring and Graph Data Science

Read blog four in Neo4j’s five-part series on how graph-powered recommendation engines drive value for enterprise businesses.

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