Creative Use of Network Science with Graph Commons

Explore use cases that go beyond the more common graph use cases by walking through graph examples from the Graph Commons community.

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Graph-Datenbanken in der Covid-19-Bekämpfung

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How to Make Small Talk with Your Boss About Music (With the Help of Graph-Based Recommendations)

Learn how graph-based recommendations could be the key to not having an awkward elevator conversation ever with your boss.

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Connecting our Community with NODES 2019 Viewing Parties!

Check out already-scheduled viewing parties for Neo4j Online Developer Expo & Summit (NODES 2019) to see if there’s one in your area (or create your own!).

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Governing Multichannel Services with Graphs at Veneto Banca

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Nicola Camillo and Alberto De Lazzari of Veneto Banca at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what they covered: The main challenges faced by Veneta Banca What they learned… Read more →

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Why Enterprises Are Abandoning RDBMS (and Adopting Graphs)

Relational databases (RDBMS) were conceived to digitize paper forms and automate well-structured business processes, and they are still extremely relevant today. But, many companies are choosing to explore other database options to solve some of their biggest challenges. Why? The… Read more →

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On Graphs: An Interview with Emil Eifrem

Originally posted on ODBMS.org“The IoT will have many, many trillions of connections, particularly considering it’s not just the devices that are connected, but people, organizations, applications, and the underlying network” –Emil Eifrem. Q1. Michael Blaha said in an interview: “The… Read more →

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FUN with FACEBOOK in NEO4J

Ever since Facebook promoted its “graph search” methodology, lots of people in our industry have been waking up to the fact that graphs are über-cool. Thanks to the powerful query possibilities, people like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and let us not… Read more →

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