Neo4j is the world’s most popular graph database. During 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 connected data.
At Cambridge Intelligence, we help developers give their users access to the power of Neo4j. We do that with KeyLines – our graph visualization toolkit.
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.
Every aspect of your KeyLines application can be customized. With an interactive KeyLines interface, users can ‘walk the graph’, exploring graphs quickly and effectively.
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.
Neo4j ships with a simple visualization engine called the Neo4j browser. It’s a handy development tool to understand your graph data model and queries, but has limited functionality, requires some knowledge of Cypher queries and cannot be shared with business users.
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.
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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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