Larry Page's "PageRank" Graph Algorithm as applied to Google search changed the digital world forever. Learn more in this Free eBook: Graph Algorithms: Practical Examples in Apache Spark and Neo4j, By Mark Needham & Amy E. Hodler, Published by O'Reilly Media https://neo4j.com/graph-algorithms-book/
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Our software partners Linkurious were excited to dive in to the VW emissions scandal case we have prepared and documented their findings in this great article, keep reading or visit the source of this article Here
The German car manufacturer admitted cheating emissions tests. Which companies are impacted directly or indirectly by these revelations? James Phare…Continue
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In this short webinar watch how we help leading Investment Managers, Banks, Brokers, Asset Managers and Hedge Funds supercharge their existing investment approaches with Big Data, Semantics and Machine Learning.
Director James Phare talks about how we use machine learning algorithms, semantics and other techniques to process huge volumes of unstructured, semi structured and structured data in order to identify hidden risks and opportunities.
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NASA is using big data to make complex knowledge more readily available. Learn how graph visualization can help turn large corpus of documents into concrete insights.
Even in a mature and knowledge-driven organization like NASA, finding an answer to a common business issue can be frustrating. Past surveys at NASA have shown that most people have trouble finding the…Continue
Graphs are everywhere, used by everyone, for everything. Neo4j is one of the most popular graph database that can be used to make recommendations, get social, find paths, uncover fraud, manage networks, and so on. A graph database can store any kind of data using a Nodes (graph data records), Relationships (connect nodes), and Properties (named data values).
A graph database can be used for connected data which is otherwise not possible with either relational or other NOSQL databases…Continue
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