KeyLines Blog

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

Detect credit card fraud with network visualization

5th March, 2018
Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

In this post we demonstrate why network visualization should be part of your fraud detection workflow. We show how integrating KeyLines can help you make sense of large and complex fraud datasets.

KeyLines 4.1 – Glyphs galore

27th February, 2018
Estimated reading time 2–4 minutes

KeyLines 4.1 is now available to all KeyLines customers and evaluators, with some slick enhancements you can start using right away.

Visualizing the Amazon Neptune database with KeyLines

19th February, 2018
Estimated reading time 6–10 minutes

In November 2017, Amazon launched a limited preview of Amazon Neptune – a graph database service. In this blog we show you how easily it can be integrated with KeyLines.

Open source graph visualization

9th February, 2018
Estimated reading time 6–9 minutes

In this blog post we explore open source code libraries versus commercial SDKs to show why KeyLines should be the obvious choice when it comes to building your app.

Sequential layout: The best way to handle tiered data

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

Sequential layout is the latest of seven layouts in the KeyLines toolkit to bolster your network visualization arsenal. It’s designed to display data that contains a clear sequence of distinct levels of nodes.

KeyLines 4.0 is here

23rd January, 2018
Estimated reading time 2–4 minutes

We’re delighted to announce that KeyLines 4.0 is now available to all customers. The highlight is our new combos functionality, to eliminate chart clutter and help you navigate your biggest and most complex networks.

KeyLines – releasing early, releasing often

15th January, 2018
Estimated reading time 1–2 minutes

KeyLines 4.0 is coming soon! Before it’s released, we thought it’d be a good idea to highlight recent changes to…

Graph Visualization & Python: Integrating KeyLines with Jupyter

8th January, 2018
Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

Enriching Jupyter Notebooks with Graph Visualization Sharing intelligence is a key part of every graph analysis workflow. Once your connected…

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Visualizing JanusGraph: the new TitanDB fork

4th December, 2017
Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

A quick history lesson Back in February 2015, we wrote a blog post “Aurelius has been acquired – what now…

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Protecting infrastructure with network insight

27th November, 2017
Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

The resilience of the world’s infrastructure relies on understanding connections. From trans-continental gas pipelines to a small IT networks, a…

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