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KeyLines 4.7: Organic Graphs

3rd September, 2018 Estimated reading time 2–3 minutes

KeyLines 4.7 has landed and is available now to all customers and evaluators. It includes our new high-performance force-directed graph layout.

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KeyLines 4.6: enhance your links with gradients

30th July, 2018 Estimated reading time 2–4 minutes

KeyLines 4.6 is here! We’ve revamped the SDK site, added color gradients to links, updated our database demos and added support for Angular 6.

How we predicted the World Cup result

18th July, 2018 Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

We take a closer look at how we used graph theory to predict France as the 2018 FIFA World Cup winners.

KeyLines 4.5 is here and it’s 🔥

2nd July, 2018 Estimated reading time 2–3 minutes

In this blog post, we highlight the improvements we’ve made to our latest release – KeyLines 4.5. Including, emoji support, Stardog integration and animated donuts.

Can graph theory predict the World Cup winner?

29th June, 2018 Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

We hear a lot of success stories about how graph theory can make stunning predictions. Here, we put it to the test on something that really matters – who’s going to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup?

KeyLines 4.4: rapid rendering, neater nesting

4th June, 2018 Estimated reading time 2–3 minutes

Faster rendering We constantly strive to make KeyLines the fastest and most powerful graph visualization technology around. KeyLines 4.4 includes…

Hands-on graph visualization: KeyLines & Neo4j

30th May, 2018 Estimated reading time 7–12 minutes

At Cambridge Intelligence, we make KeyLines – a JavaScript SDK for interactive graph visualization. It’s ideal for hands-on Neo4j developers,…

KeyLines 4.3 – glyphs, SVGs & more

30th April, 2018 Estimated reading time 2–4 minutes

KeyLines 4.3 enables you to align glyphs with link direction, provides better support for SVGs, has an updated Neo4j demo with expand indicators and other great enhancements.

How to choose the right graph visualization partner – part 2

23rd April, 2018 Estimated reading time 4–6 minutes

In part one of this blog we looked at three high-level questions you should consider when choosing a graph visualization partner. In this post we’ll tackle three more.

How to choose the right graph visualization partner – part 1

16th April, 2018 Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

Here, we look at three high-level questions you should consider when choosing a graph visualization partner to make sure they’re up to scratch.

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