Integrate SigmaJS network visualizations with GRAND stack (GraphQL, React, Apollo, Neo4j)

I’ve worked on a couple of projects based on graph data, and one thing they all had in common was a need for a custom network visualization/interaction tool. In my previous post, I have investigated how to incorporate VisJS into the GRAND stack framework. Unfortunately, the VisJS doesn’t scale well…

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Learn how to combine OCR, named entity linking, relation extraction and external enrichment databases to construct a biomedical knowledge graph

I have already demonstrated how to create a knowledge graph out of a Wikipedia page. However, since the post got a lot of attention, I’ve decided to explore other domains where using NLP techniques to construct a knowledge graph makes sense. …

Learn how you can use correlation between stock prices to infer a similarity network between stocks — and then use that network information to help you diversify your portfolio

A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled upon the stock market volume analysis in Neo4j by Bryant Avey.

It got me interested in how we could use graph analytics to analyze stock markets. After a bit of research, I found this Spread of Risk Across Financial Markets research paper. The…

Learn how to train and optimize Link Prediction models in the Neo4j Graph Data Science library to get the best results

In my previous blog post, I introduced the newly available Link Prediction pipeline in the Neo4j Graph Data Science library. Since the post, I took more time to dig deeper and learn the inner workings of the pipeline. I’ve learned a couple of things along the way that I want…

Use Neo4j Graph Data Science platform to analyze travel patterns of digital nomads and predict new possible routes.

A couple of days ago, I stumbled upon the network visualizations of travel logs made by Pieter Levels on his NomadList website. NomadList is a website that builds the infrastructure to help digital nomads live anywhere in the world and connect with like-minded people. So I asked Pieter on Twitter…

Learn how to combine Neo4j, Graphql, and React to develop a graph exploration tool

Throughout the years, I have worked on a couple of Neo4j projects. Almost all the projects have in common that there was a need to develop a custom network visualization tool that would allow end-users to explore the graph without having to learn any Cypher query language syntax. This blog…

Tomaz Bratanic

Data explorer. Turn everything into a graph. Author of Graph algorithms for Data Science at Manning publication.

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