Making Advanced Analytics Better With Graph: An Introduction To TigerGraph (EMEA) - May 2020
Gartner Research has identified graph analytics as a key technology in its Top 10 Data and Analytics Technology Trends That Will Change Your Business report. By organising data in a graph format, graph databases overcome the big and complex data challenges that other databases, such as relational and NoSQL, cannot. By attending this online event on May 5th you will learn: Seven key data science capabilities which are enabled by graph analytics Use cases, such as customer 360, entity resolution, fraud detection, machine learning, and recommendation systems, that are ideally suited to graph analytics. Companies of all sizes in e-commerce, energy management, financial services, healthcare and others, which are benefiting from graph analytics We will finish with a short demo of TigerGraph.
How the University of Washington uses Neo4j in its MDM solution
Pieter Visser, Solutions Architect at University of Washington, talks about the power of Neo4j in the context of a Master Data Management (MDM) and Data Governance solution. UW is one of the largest public universities in the US, with an annual operating budget exceeding $6B.
Neo4j 4.0: The Next-Generation Graph Database Built for Unlimited Scale and Development Agility
Neo4j 4.0 is the most significant release in the graph technology market to date. Built on Neo4j's proven native foundation, 4.0 delivers key capabilities: unlimited scalability, granular security, operational agility and reactive architecture.
Trailer «Wissen in Bildern – Informationsdesign heute»
Der Austausch von Informationen war noch nie grösser als heute. Ob zur Visualisierung von Big Data, Veröffentlichung journalistischer Erkenntnisse, zur räumlichen Orientierung oder als Material für effektives Lernen und Lehren – Informationsdesign erklärt unterschiedlichste Inhalte innert kürzester Zeit und kombiniert dazu viel Bild mit wenig Wort. Denn Bilder haben die Kraft, komplexe Sachverhalte zu vereinfachen und zu veranschaulichen. Gerade weil Informationsdesign aber intuitiv lesbar sein muss, können in seinem objektiven Kleid auch manipulierte Inhalte stecken. Die Ausstellung zeigt diesen aktuellen Teil der visuellen Kultur in Gedrucktem und in bewegten Bildern und macht immaterielles Wissen durch interaktive Installationen spielerisch erfahrbar, etwa über das bedrohte Erbe asiatischer Kampfsportarten.
Keynote: CEO Emil Eifrem at NODES 2019 - Neo4j Online Developer Conference
Live from Malmö Sweden, Emil Eifrem will share the state of the graph, his philosophies on developer adoption and the latest advances in Neo4j. Join us for the 52 sessions of the NODES 2019 online developer conference at https://neo4j.com/online-summit/ for registration, more info and the complete schedule. The interactive Q&A section of the keynote is only available there. He'll be joined by Chief Scientist Jim Webber, Director of Developer Relations Michael Hunger and Community Manager Karin Wolok (announcing winners from the Global Graph Hack!).
Integrations in Bloom (Video #6 in Bloom Series)
In our video series on Neo4j Bloom product features, this short video covers integrations in Bloom. With the linking ability of Bloom, workflows can be setup to allow a user to take context from an application they use, and pass it to Bloom for a deeper investigation on the context. Watch the video to see how such integrations can be useful in Bloom.
Exploration from Bloom Canvas (Video #3 in Bloom Series)
In our video series on Neo4j Bloom product features, this short video covers graph exploration from the Bloom canvas. Watch the video to learn how to interact with the graph visualization displayed on the canvas, navigate a large graph, zoom into the relevant parts to focus, and refine the visualization further to get insights.
Transforming Health Information Technology with a Knowledge Graph – Christopher Wixon
MEDICUS is a graph-powered solution which offers an improved method of information capture between patient and provider. Our guiding principle is that computers should be designed to increase human control rather than optimizing computer processing at the expense of human effort. Christopher Wixon, Surgeon, Savannah Vascular #KnowledgeGraphs #Neo4j #GraphConnect