Pandora Papers: An offshore data tsunami

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#GraphCast: Follow the Money, Untangling Complex Fraud Networks with Emil Eifrem

Check out this week’s #GraphCast, featuring our CEO Emil Eifrem on how graph technology was used to expose a global money-laundering scheme.

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This Week in Neo4j – Data Import using RxJS, GOV.UK Knowledge Graph, Analyzing ArXiv data

Hey graphistas, I hope your week’s going well. I’ve been playing around with the GDSL’s Pregel API, which provides a vertex-centric computation model for writing graph algorithms. I’ll write something up on my experiments soon. We’re getting close to the… Read more →

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#GraphCast: FinCEN Files – How Banks Move Dirty Money Around the World

Welcome to this week’s #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last time, our Editorial Assistant, Corin Gainey, gave us a quick start to Summer of Nodes with Neo4j Sandbox.… Read more →

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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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From a jumble of secret reports, damning data on big banks and dirty money

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#GraphCast: The Laundromat [Panama Papers Movie]

Check out this week’s #GraphCast, featuring a trailer of “The Laundromat” (starring Meryl Streep), a movie about the Panama Papers investigation powered by Neo4j.

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#GraphCast: Better Data, Better Decisions

Check out this week’s #GraphCast, featuring a brief video on how a graph database like Neo4j helps you gain a sustainable competitive advantage.

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#GraphCast: Follow the Money

Watch this week’s #GraphCast, in which recent ICIJ news has us diving back into the Paradise Papers and their use of graph technology for the investigation.

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The Illusion of Consumer Choice: A Tale of Cereal and Knowledge Graphs

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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#GraphCast: Emil Eifrem on the Exponential View podcast with Azeem Azhar

Welcome to this week’s #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last week, our Managing Editor, Jocelyn Hoppa, highlighted the similarities between the choose-your-own-adventure movie, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and running… Read more →

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Graphs4Good: Connected Data for a Better World

You’re reading this because of a napkin. It was the year 2000, and I was on a flight to Mumbai. Peter, Johan and I had been building an enterprise content management system (ECM) but kept running up against the challenge… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Neo4j Morpheus, Data Structures and Algorithms with Dr Jim, Google Cloud Launcher Demo, World Cup Bloom

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. This week we have a first look at Neo4j Morpheus (a tool for weaving together graph… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Release of Neo4j ETL Tool, UK Corporate Interests Graph, Documents as Graphs

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. This week we have a new release of the Neo4j ETL Tool as well as a… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – West Africa Leaks, GQL Online Meetup, Geospatial Deep Dive, CoinMarketCap Analysis

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. This week we have West Africa Leaks from the ICIJ, an online meetup about the GQL… Read more →

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Meet SemSpect: A Different Approach to Graph Visualization [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Understanding large graphs is challenging. Sure, a proper Cypher query can retrieve valuable information. But how… Read more →

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The ICIJ Releases Neo4j Desktop Download of Paradise Papers

Early this morning (1 Dec.), the Pulitzer Prize-winning International Consortium for Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released an ICIJ version of Neo4j Desktop which includes the Paradise Papers and the other Offshore Leaks graph data. This desktop package – available for Windows,… Read more →

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