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Friday freedom – why we go off the trail one day each week

Product Manager
24th April, 2019 | 4 min read

This blog explores our Friday Projects initiative. Every Friday, the development team get to work on anything that...

KeyLines 5.3: Faster performance & simplified code

Product Manager
23rd April, 2019 | 3 min read

Version 5.3 delivers the fastest KeyLines yet, thanks to major improvements to our WebGL rendering performance....

Get more from your graphs with glyphs

Product Manager
8th April, 2019 | 4 min read

In this blog post, a first-time KeyLines user describes their experience of using the graph visualization toolkit...

KeyLines 5.2: (drum roll…) Combos are out of beta!

Product Manager
4th March, 2019 | 2 min read

The beta development phase of KeyLines’ node-combining ‘combos’ feature is over. You can download KeyLines...

5 (quirky) ways to style combos for maximum impact

Product Manager
18th February, 2019 | 5 min read

Combos are great for reducing clutter and organizing your networks into something more manageable. This blog...

KeyLines 5.1: New year, new combos

Product Manager
21st January, 2019 | 2 min read

The groundbreaking combos functionality released early last year just got better. Enhanced features, neat styling...

KeyLines 5.0: Geospatial graph insight without limits

Product Manager
20th November, 2018 | 2 min read

Cambridge Intelligence, creators of connected data visualization tools that make the world safer, today announced...

KeyLines 5.0: Magnificent map mode & more

Product Manager
20th November, 2018 | 2 min read

We’re excited to announce the release of KeyLines 5.0: the next generation in visualizing connections in...

CDVC going from strength to strength

Product Manager
19th November, 2018 | 2 min read

We hosted CDVC events in Tel Aviv and London, bringing together leading graph visualization specialists to share...

About Dan Williams

Product Manager

As our Product Manager, Dan works closely with our customers and developers to make sure we build the best possible data visualization tools.

He has a Master’s in Physics from Oxford University and a wealth of experience with a variety of software products across many different industry verticals.