Neo4j is the world’s most popular graph database. With more than a decade in production, it has been downloaded millions of times and gained a reputation as a robust and efficient way to store and analyze graph data.
Hundreds of developers have used the KeyLines graph visualization toolkit to explore and understand their Neo4j data.
What is KeyLines?
Speed – KeyLines is a fast and powerful graph visualization engine. That performance is amplified when paired with the Neo4j graph database.
Easy integration – KeyLines comes with a Cypher connector and several Neo4j demo applications, meaning integration is fast and simple.
Convenience – both KeyLines and Neo4j are optimized for connected data, so mapping the data model from one to the other is a breeze.
Flexibility – unlike one-size-fits-all options, KeyLines applications are custom designed for each deployment. That means you can build visualizations for your users, your data, and the questions you need to answer.
Why KeyLines + Neo4j?
To fully understand your Neo4j data you often need to visualize it. The ‘node-link’ model is simple and intuitive. Combined with the brain’s unrivalled pattern-spotting ability, it’s a great way to visualize, explore and understand graph data.
Visualization applications built with KeyLines have powerful graph visualization and analysis functionality, can be easily deployed (as web applications) to unlimited users worldwide and can be 100% customized to your needs.
How to get started
We’ve designed KeyLines with the developer’s needs in mind. The SDK site (request a trial account here) contains a number of Neo4j demos to get you started, or you can follow our step-by-step Getting Started tutorial.
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Building a graph visualization application with KeyLines is faster and easier than trying to build something yourself.
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