Building visualization tools for the Memgraph database.
Memgraph Graph visualization
It provides a completely flexible way to build powerful, custom-designed graph visualization tools that work anywhere, on any device.
KeyLines integrates seamlessly with Memgraph, making it easier than ever for you to explore and create effective Memgraph graph visualizations from your data.
Want to start visualizing Memgraph? Check out our Memgraph integration tutorial.
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KeyLines & Memgraph FAQ
Memgraph is a graph database, optimized to run both transactional and analytical graph workloads with low latency and high performance.
It’s compatible with both the Bolt protocol and the openCypher graph query language, making it interoperable with a wide range of technologies.
KeyLines comes with documentation and examples, showing how to integrate with the popular Neo4j graph database. As Memgraph harnesses a number of protocols and tools in the Neo4j ecosystem, it can be easily integrated with KeyLines too. We’ve outlined how this works in this blog post.
In short, we create a node.js Express Server with two endpoints, then use the neo4j-driver node module to retrieve data and convert it into the KeyLines node-link JSON format.
Memgraph Lab is a visualization component, built by the Memgraph team and downloadable for free from their website. It’s designed for analysts and developers to browse, build and optimize their Memgraph database schema.
KeyLines is a visualization tool that puts the power of Memgraph analytics into the hands of users throughout the enterprise. It’s a great MemGraph Lab alternative if you’re looking to roll out a more customized and flexible visualization experience with advanced interactivity and visual analysis functionality.
Hundreds of organizations worldwide use KeyLines to make sense of complex connected data in domains including security and intelligence, law enforcement, fraud detection, infrastructure management and cyber threat intelligence.
Yes, KeyLines comes with integrations for Vue and AngularJS. If you’re interested in building a graph visualization application in React, take a look at our ReGraph product instead.
If you’re not ready to get started yet, take a look at our blog. You’ll find useful information graph visualization best practice, and integrating our products with many different graph databases. Visit the blog.
If you’re ready to get started, Request a free KeyLines trial.