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Product updates, tutorials, news and more from the team behind the KeyLines network visualization toolkit

Visualizing Titan – the scalable graph database

Marketing Director
5th August, 2015 | 4 min read

We’ve written before about the rise of the graph database. Every day we speak to people who are excited by the...

KeyLines 2.9 – Making the developer’s life simpler

Marketing Director
28th July, 2015 | 2 min read

KeyLines 2.9 is now live for all our customers and evaluators. Enhancements in this version include: An overhauled...

Using Social network analysis measures

Intern - Marketing
21st July, 2015 | 6 min read

Working as an intern for Cambridge Intelligence over summer, I couldn’t wait to get into KeyLines and see what...

KeyLines News – July 2015

Marketing Director
16th July, 2015 | 2 min read

Since the release of KeyLines v1.0 back in February 2011, the toolkit has grown and developed almost beyond...

Cambridge Intelligence take a trip to the Palace

Marketing Director
16th July, 2015 | 2 min read

On Tuesday, Cambridge Intelligence representatives attended a reception for the winners of the 50th anniversary...

Cambridge Intelligence Leads Visualization Masterclass at NoSQL Now

Marketing Director
9th July, 2015 | 2 min read

Next month Cambridge Intelligence will deliver a developer masterclass on techniques for visualizing complex...

KeyLines FAQ: Layouts Part 2

Marketing Director
8th July, 2015 | 2 min read

A few weeks ago, we wrote a blog post about force-directed layouts. We took a brief look ‘under the hood’ at...

Visualizing your Geospatial Graph Data – Part 1

Developer
2nd July, 2015 | 2 min read

A couple of month’s ago, we launched KeyLines 2.7.1. Behind the inconspicuous name was one of our most...

KeyLines FAQ: Force-directed layouts

Marketing Director
23rd June, 2015 | 3 min read

The Standard Layout is probably the most underrated tool in your graph visualization armory. It’s a simple yet...

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