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New Neo4j Vizualization and Exploration Product

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New Neo4j Vizualization and Exploration Product

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A company focused on graph data visualization and transversal, Linkcurious, just announced a new product for exploring and visualizing data stored in Neo4j.  It basically gives you the power and usability similar to Facebook's Social Graph for your own data.  From the PR:

The complex connections within graph data are hard to understand and communicate. Linkurious offers a solution to make it easier to explore and interact with graph data. In minutes it gives users the possibility to search and visualize the data stored in a Neo4j database. It’s possible to quickly find the answer to questions like “who is this person connected to?” or “is there something abnormal in the pattern of this transaction?”…

Users can ask complex questions that span across multiple properties like “who among of my friends went to Japan and recommended a sushi place in my neighbourhood?” and visualize the result in seconds. It’s also possible to add nodes or edit relationships directly within Linkurious.


Linkurious is compatible with Cyper and markets itself to new Neo4j users and power users alike.

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