KeyLines Blog

News and opinion from the team behind the KeyLines network visualization toolkit

Mapping a connected world: The value of geospatial graph visualization

17th October, 2018
Estimated reading time 7–11 minutes

With KeyLines, exploiting geospatial information has never been easier. This blog post describes three compelling use cases to help you get the most out of connected data on maps.

Using Angular CLI to get started with KeyLines

15th October, 2018
Estimated reading time 6–10 minutes

This blog walks you through the commands you need to integrate Angular with KeyLines and start coding.

Become Education: a recommendation engine for 21st century careers

8th October, 2018
Estimated reading time 6–10 minutes

In this blog post, we’ll see how Become Education use graph visualization, powered by KeyLines, to equip children with the skills and knowledge to design their own lives.

KeyLines 4.8: take control of node glyphs

1st October, 2018
Estimated reading time 2–3 minutes

KeyLines 4.8 is ready and waiting for customers and evaluators to download. It comes with a slick feature to help with visualization designs, and additional improvements you’ve come to expect.

Five steps to tackle big graph data visualization

21st September, 2018
Estimated reading time 6–10 minutes

Understanding big graph data requires two things: a robust database and a powerful graph visualization engine. That’s why hundreds of…

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?

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