Why Leading Telecoms Use Neo4j: The 5-Minute Interview with Jesús Barrasa, Global Director of Telecoms at Neo4j

In this week’s five-minute interview with Jesús Barrasa (conducted at GraphTour NYC 2019), we discuss how graph technology helps the telecoms world.

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Machine Learning Algorithms

Lauren Shin, Neo4j Developer Relations Intern, introduces machine learning and offers three approaches to better analyze ML data.

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Leveraging Graphs for GDPR at Convergys

Lloyd Byrd discusses how the addition of graph technology helped Convergys solve more than just their issues around the latest EU GDPR directive.

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Sharding the LDBC Social Network

Explore the use of Fabric to achieve horizontal scaling, i.e. sharding, of the well-known and challenging LDBC Social Network Benchmark graph.

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Neo4j 4.0 Security Rocks: The 5-Minute Interview with Michal Bachman, CEO, GraphAware

In this week’s five-minute interview with Michal (conducted at GraphTour NYC 2019), we discuss how his company, GraphAware, uses graph technology.

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Part 1: Using Neo4j in Business Process Modeling Scenarios

When people think about Neo4j and problems it’s good at solving, there’s a pretty wide range of use cases that come to mind: recommendation engines, fraud ring detection, bills of materials, social network scenarios, multi-level marketing systems, asset management and… Read more →

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Creating Aha Moments for Developers: The 5-Minute Interview with Jennifer Reif, Developer Relations Engineer at Neo4j

In this week’s five-minute interview (conducted at GraphTour DC 2019), we discuss the many projects Neo4j ‘s Jennifer Reif works with each week.

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Graph Databases for Beginners: Wait, What Do You Mean by “Graph”?

Learn the difference between a graph and a chart, including the basics of nodes and relationships as well as graph theory and its application to databases.

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Demographics Master Data at Citigroup

Walter Trotta explains how graphs help him and Citibank dive deeply into demographics master data and what they get from this information.

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Super (Data) Model: Graphing “RuPaul’s Drag Race”

It’s that time of year, y’all… “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is back! At least in the UK… and, at least, that’s what I’ve been told. I’m a newcomer to the “Drag Race” party, you see. I’ve always liked RuPaul but, in… Read more →

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Live from Lyft: Q&A with Mark Grover, Product Manager at Lyft

Discover how Lyft has integrated Neo4j into their data sharing process and how they test information integrity with Amundsen.

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Innovate In Less Than a Week: 5-Minute Interview with Alessandro Svensson

Check out this 5-minute interview with Alessandro Svensson and discover the features and benefits of Neo4j’s Innovation Lab.

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Creating an Intelligent Recommendation Framework

Read this blog to learn more about the benefits of using a native graph database to build a real-time recommendation engine with personalization.

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Visual Cypher: Presenting Tools That Create, Visualize and Parse Cypher

Learn how valuable creating, visualizing and parsing Cypher is within graph building with Eric Monk.

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Running Decision Trees in Neo4j

Discover how Neo4j works with decision trees to deliver fast results for solving real-world problems, with an unorthodox nightclub example from Max De Marzi.

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Avoiding Database JOINs: 5-Minute Interview with Michael Wytock

In this 5-minute interview with Michael Wytock, CEO of Coshx, you’ll learn how a graph data model improves stackholder communications and more.

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Graphs in Government: MITRE

Discover how MITRE developed CyGraph, a tool for cyber warfare analytics, visualization and knowledge management, using Neo4j.

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Exploring Inherent Connections: 5-Minute Interview with Dr. Alexander Jarasch

“When I saw Neo4j the first time, I was overwhelmed by how easy it is to connect different types of data,” said Dr. Alexander Jarasch, Head of Data and Knowledge Management at the German Center for Diabetes Research. Diabetes is… Read more →

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Keep Calm and Drink Tea: Graphing Britain’s Most Beloved Hot Beverage

Here at Neo4j, we have a motto: Graphs Are Everywhere. This blog series was inspired by all the times I encountered graphs and “graph problems” in my non-working life. Hopefully these posts help you see more graphs in the world.… Read more →

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Vampire Express: Graphing a Classic ’80s Choose Your Own Adventure Story

Here at Neo4j, we have a motto: Graphs Are Everywhere. This blog series was inspired by all the times I encountered graphs and “graph problems” in my non-working life. Hopefully these posts help you see more graphs in the world.… Read more →

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Graph Databases for Beginners: Other Graph Technologies

Back in the day (when Prussia was still a thing), Königsberg must have been a really boring place. That’s because the definition of fun in Königsberg was to walk around the city’s seven bridges and find a path that only… Read more →

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How to Know What You Know:
5-Minute Interview with Dr. Alessandro Negro, Chief Scientist at GraphAware

“I want to know what I know. That describes what knowledge graphs do for companies,” said Dr. Alessandro Negro, Chief Scientist at GraphAware. In this week’s five-minute interview, we discuss how GraphAware uses natural language processing to help companies gain… Read more →

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Graph Databases for Beginners: Why We Need NoSQL Databases

NoSQL databases are one of those things in life that are unhelpfully defined only by what they are not rather than by what they are, i.e., an anti-definition. NoSQL is a cheeky acronym for Not Only SQL – or more… Read more →

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Visualizing Enterprise Architecture: 5-Minute Interview with Jessica Dembe & Patrick Elder, Blackstone Technology Group

“Native visualization was something that stood out to us, and we had struggled trying to do the same thing with other tools,” said Patrick Elder, Product Architect at Blackstone Technology Group. Enterprise architecture connects numerous IT assets using information from… Read more →

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Mapping a Connected World: The Value of Geospatial Graph Visualization

One of the world’s first maps featured the night sky. Surprisingly, it also featured connected data. Over 1,000 years ago, Chinese astronomers used manuscript to plot 1,300 stars, recognizing the importance of making connections between clusters to identify constellations. Their… Read more →

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