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

Powering interactive graph applications with ArangoDB

7th August, 2017
Estimated reading time 4–7 minutes

An interview with Luca Olivari of ArangoDB Earlier this year we welcomed ArangoDB to the Cambridge Intelligence technology alliance. Interest…

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Visualizing the Elasticsearch Graph API with KeyLines

4th October, 2016
Estimated reading time 2–3 minutes

KeyLines is an impressively powerful graph visualization technology. Its winning combination of scalability, performance and functionality has seen it deployed…

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Visualizing graphs with a relational database & KeyLines

23rd August, 2016
Estimated reading time 2–3 minutes

We get very excited by new technologies here at Cambridge Intelligence. We are big fans, for example, of graph databases…

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Bringing Graph Visualization to the Enterprise

19th April, 2016
Estimated reading time 2–3 minutes

Cambridge Intelligence announces partnership with the leading provider of database software for cloud applications. Technology integration will allow for the…

Visualizing Titan – the scalable graph database

5th August, 2015
Estimated reading time 5–8 minutes

We’ve written before on this blog about the rise of the graph database. Every day we speak to developers and…

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Visualizing OrientDB with KeyLines

19th May, 2015
Estimated reading time 2–4 minutes

As more and more businesses wake up to the opportunity buried in their connected data, interest in graph databases has…

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KeyLines News – May 2015

7th May, 2015
Estimated reading time 2–2 minutes

Data connections are your key to understanding graph data. But what about those other properties of your connected data that…

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Visualizing Neo4j 2.2

31st March, 2015
Estimated reading time 2–4 minutes

Last week Neo Technologies announced the general release of v2.2 of the world’s most popular graph database. The culmination of…

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Aurelius has been acquired

4th February, 2015
Estimated reading time 3–4 minutes

09 Feb: Update – Titan is staying after all. Aurelius have now clarified that work will be continuing towards Titan 1.0,…

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How to visualize time-based graphs with Neo4j

7th January, 2015
Estimated reading time 8–12 minutes

Graph databases are great for understanding the richness and complexity of the world around us. Data that would previously be…

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