Webinar Sept 5, 2013 (5-9-13) on graph visualization (and movies) brought to you by Linkurious

On February 25, 2013, I blogged my excitement about the work of Linkurious, the brain child of a startup founded by Sébastien Heymann (a co-creator of GEPHI). While Gephi is most at home with big data, it may not be as appropriate for Non- Java savvy healthcare professionals with smaller data needs. So here is your chance to learn more about Linkurious, “a Gephi for graph databases” (from Linkurious website, http://linkurio.us/). It is a GEPHI for the rest of us.

From the pen of Sebastian Heymann (as posted in the Social Network Amalysis Facebook Group):

Six degrees of Kevin Bacon : join (the Linkurious) webinar on graph visualization (and movies)

6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon: How to use Linkurious to explore and visualize graphs (05/09/13 @ 08:00 PDT / 17:00 CEST)
Just like the small world of Hollywood movies, the graph data you store is a mine of information. We’ll see how Linkurious helps you explore your Neo4j database to find valuable insights.

Go here to register : http://info.neotechnology.com/0905-linkurious-register.html

Linkurious is a French startup that works on making graphs easy to search and explore. We live in a connected world where more and more data is being produced. Understanding the networks behind data is key to answer problems like fraud detection, product recommendation or infrastructure management.


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