The March release of KeyLines is live. Customers and evaluators can now enjoy KeyLines 4.2 including time bar improvements, a new integration with Amazon Neptune and other enhancements.
The KeyLines time bar is a great way to understand how networks change and evolve over time. Until now, it represented events with a single timestamp meaning they were limited to a particular point in time.
With KeyLines 4.2, those events can have a start and end point, meaning you can show relationships over a period of time as well as instantaneous events. Exploring how and when connections between nodes start, evolve and end makes it easier to spot trends and identify unusual patterns.
The new ‘Show Time Periods’ demo shows the improvements in action. You can explore a network of companies and their directors, and see their changing relationships through time.
When Amazon announced the preview of their purpose-built, high-performance Neptune graph database, we were keen to show you how it works with KeyLines.
Our new demo and documentation show how you can build powerful graph visualization applications for Amazon Neptune database using the TinkerPop 3 property graph model queried with Gremlin.
If you’d prefer to use Neptune’s SPARQL endpoint, this blog post has the details.
We’re constantly making KeyLines better. This month we’ve:
That’s a wrap for this month’s updates. We hope you enjoy exploring KeyLines 4.2. If you’re not an existing customer and you’re interested in trying it out, register for a free trial here.
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