Discover what's new in the Neo4j community for the week of 21 April 2018, including projects around Graph Visualization using Neovis.js, a write up of the Pink Programming event, analysing Debian packages.
Featured community member: Norbert Preining
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Last weekend Louise Söderström and Maria Scharin hosted
a workshop for the Pink Programming group. In the
morning participants learned the basics of our query
language Cypher and after lunch
they got a sneak peek at the date
data type coming in Neo4j 3.4.
Neo4j <3 Pink Programming
Read the write up
This week on the podcast Rik interviewed Irene Iriarte
Carretero, Data Scientist at Gousto. They discuss the
recipe-similarity problem and Irene explains the different
dimensions that go into building a hybrid
recommendation model that combines
collaborative and content based filtering.
On the podcast: Irene Iriarte Carretero
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Graph Visualization With Neo4j Using Neovis.js
Will Lyon has created a screencast in which he shows how
to use neovis.js, a visualization tool he built that combines
Neo4j and vis.js Will demonstrates how to find influential
nodes and communities of users in the
Russian Twitter Troll dataset.
Watch the screencast
In his latest blog post Tomaz Bratanic shows how to
combine Neo4j graph algorithms with
various visualizations, including
SpoonJS, 3d-force-graph, and neovis.js ,
to try and understand what’s happening
in the Game of Thrones universe.
Neo4j Graph Visualizations using GoT dataset
Read the blog post
GORM and the Panama Papers
Learn all about GORM
Jorge Aguilera has written a post showing how to use
GORM, Groovy-based data access toolkit, with Neo4j. In
the article Jorge describes how to write a Groovy based
command line application to query
the Panama Papers dataset.
If you liked this check out the blog post
This Week in Neo4j - 21st April 2018