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Building interactive dashboards with Neo4j and Graphileon
Organised by Neo4J User Group
Are you interested in building interactive graph based dashboards ? Join this talk by Tom Zeppenfeldt to learn more!graphileon graph-databases neo4j
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Beyond SQL: Managing events & relationships in Social Care with Neo4j
Featuring Andrew Bryson
This month we'll have Andrew Bryson from Capita looking at how Neo4j and other NoSQL technologies are being used to build a new Social Care system based upon a modern cloud-ready software architecture.relational-database databases neo4
Real-Time Fraud Detection with Graphs
Featuring Jim Webber
Finance is awash with data, but much of it is discrete items locked up in silos waiting to be joined up to provide insights. Graph data is different: it's joined by default and oozes domain-specific insight.databases fraud-prevention graph-databases neo4j
Ranking Start-up Companies: the journey from CSV files to GraphDB
Featuring Moreno Bonaventura
Moreno will illustrate the journey from a tiny .csv file to a 40million-nodes NeoDB and how graph databases are changing network science research at Queen Mary University of London.
He will guide you behind the scene of his company, Startup Network Srl, and show how Neo4j has enabled them to...neo4j
Tournr - A Tale of 3 Databases
Featuring Chris Skardon
A tale of how Chris messed up twice and finally landed on the correct database of Neo4j.
We'll start with the progression from the standard .NET process of a relational database, into the new fangled world of Document DBs before arriving at the dream situation of GraphDb representation,...sql
Big Data in Genomics: How Neo4j helps to develop new drugs
Featuring Martin Preusse
Biomedical research generates vast amounts of data. New experimental technologies like DNA sequencing, metabolomics and proteomics drive the fast growth of available information and lead to a better understanding of the molecular organization of life.bigdata neo4j
Modelling a recommendation engine: A worked example
Featuring Mark Needham
In this session we'll build a recommendation engine from scratch while paying particular attention to the modelling choices made along the way.neo4j
Neo4j Full Stack Applications - Lessons and Disasters from the field
Featuring Matt Wright
If you are considering using neo4j as your core database, this is the talk for you.
Matt will share his team's failures and successes in building Search algorithms, Social Networking applications, recommendation engines, graph visualisations and Java Unmanaged Extensions in neo4j.
Python, R and Neo4j - The Data Science Stack
Featuring Nicole White
Most data scientists will tell you that they spend the majority of their time cleaning and munging data and only a fraction of their time actually building predictive models.
This is true in a traditional stack, where most of this data munging consists of writing some flavour of SQL – a lot of...neo4j r python
Neo4j uses in Biomedical Ontologies
Featuring Simon Jupp
Simon Jupp from the European Bioinformatics Institute will talk about a new repository of biomedical ontologies they have developed using Neo4j.
Data integration is intrinsic to how modern research is undertaken in areas such as genomics, drug development and personalised medicine. To better...
10 ways to mess up your Neo4j project
Featuring Rik Van Bruggen
Rik Van Bruggen, Regional Director at Neo Technology, will illustrate the different aspects that can go wrong when adopting this graph database technology. Obviously, there’s a number of technical aspects that can go wrong - but people sometimes forget that there’s also lots of project related...neo4j