An In-Depth Graph Analysis of the Paradise Papers

Today, the ICIJ has publicly released data from its most recent year-long investigation into the offshore industry, known as the Paradise Papers. In the last few weeks since the ICIJ announced their investigation, we’ve seen many reports being published covering… Learn More →

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Analyzing the Paradise Papers with Neo4j: A Closer Look at Queries, Data Models & 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… Learn More →

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This Week in Neo4j – 11 November 2017

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. Paradise Papers The big news this week was the ICIJ‘s release of the Paradise Papers –… Learn More →

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Neo4j: The Power behind the Paradise Papers

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… Learn More →

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Meet the ICIJ’s First-Ever Neo4j Connected Data Fellow

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), in partnership with the graph platform company Neo4j, are proud to welcome Manuel Villa as the first-ever Neo4j Connected Data Fellow. The fellowship, announced last May, was inspired by the way graph databases… Learn More →

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Apply Today: The Neo4j Connected Data Fellowship at Pulitzer Prize-winning ICIJ

Neo4j’s CEO, Emil Eifrem, recently blogged about a data journalism fellowship to compliment our Data Journalism Accelerator Program. Yesterday, at the GraphConnect Europe conference, Emil announced additional details on the Fellowship and invited the data journalism community to apply. Neo4j… Learn More →

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Data Journalism in the Connected Age [GraphConnect Europe Preview]

Long before the publication of the Panama Papers investigation in April last year – which was mostly recently awarded the Pulitzer Prize, among other accolades – data journalism had had to deal with vast amounts of highly connected information. Traditionally… Learn More →

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This Week in Neo4j – 15 April 2017

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. Featured Community Members: Ashley Sun and Rob Schoening Ashley Sun and Rob Schoening This week’s featured… Learn More →

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Analyzing the BuzzFeed TrumpWorld Dataset with Neo4j

Update: The Google Doc source and structure changed, we updated the import statements and queries on the trumpworld-graph GitHub repository. I came across this tweet by Sanchez Castro which I am more than happy to support. Hey @neo4j please do… Learn More →

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The 5-Minute Interview: Mar Cabra, Editor at the ICIJ

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I sat down with Mar Cabra, the Data & Research Unit Editor at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). I caught up with Mar at GraphConnect Europe after her standing-room-only keynote: “How the ICIJ… Learn More →

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Announcing the Neo4j Data Journalism Accelerator Program

Today’s journalists don’t find themselves short on data – rather, they’re drowning in it. As the Panama Papers investigation has clearly shown, today’s biggest breaking news stories are centered around data and the stories that can be extracted from it.… Learn More →

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The Panama Papers Graph Database Is Now Available for Download

Editor’s Note: Don’t miss this live webinar with Mar Cabra on how the ICIJ used Neo4j to unravel the Panama Papers happening today (26 May) at 9:00 PDT / 18:00 CEST. Click here to register or for more info. The… Learn More →

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How the ICIJ Used Neo4j to Unravel the Panama Papers

Editor’s note: The recently revealed Paradise Papers investigation used Neo4j as a key technology to find connections in leaked data. In this blog post from last year, the ICIJ’s Mar Cabra talks about the similar investigation into the Panama Papers… Learn More →

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Analyzing the Panama Papers with Neo4j: Data Models, Queries & More

As the world has seen, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has exposed highly connected networks of offshore tax structures used by the world’s richest elites. These structures were uncovered from leaked financial documents and were analyzed by the… Learn More →

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The Panama Papers: Why It Couldn’t Have Happened Ten Years Ago

Members of the global elite (and everyone else) witnessed first-hand the power of big data analysis earlier this week with the worldwide announcement of the largest data leak in recorded history: the Panama Papers. Led by the International Consortium of… Learn More →

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The 5-Minute Interview: Hamish Boland-Rudder, Online Editor of the ICIJ

For this week’s 5-minute interview, I sat down with Hamish Boland-Rudder, the Online Editor for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). Hamish and I got to chat at GraphConnect San Francisco. Q: Can you tell me about how you… Learn More →

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How the ICIJ Unraveled HSBC Fraud Using Neo4j & Linkurious

The world of offshore finance is a murky one. In order to conceal the private lives and fortunes of the world’s most rich and powerful, ownership of cash and assets are deliberately obscured. It’s a world driven by vast networks… Learn More →

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Graph Databases for the Greater Global Good [GraphConnect Preview]

As we put the finishing touches on the GraphConnect San Francisco agenda, I’ve noticed a heart-warming trend I’d like to share with you. Several of the speakers scheduled for the conference on October 21st will describe how they use graph… Learn More →

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