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Building a repository of biomedical ontologies with Neo4j
Organised by Neo4J User Group
Simon Jupp from the European Bioinformatics Institute will talk about a new repository of biomedical ontologies they have developed using Neo4j.
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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
Do you need to build a recommendation engine and have no idea where to start?
Featuring Max de Marzi
In this talk Max De Marzi from the Neo4j Field Team will give you an introduction.
Learn about content based, collaborative filtering, and hybrid recommendation engines. See how easy it is to build one in just a few lines of Cypher. Go beyond “Search” and give your users a truly valuable...
nextub: Real time recommendations for the leisure business
Featuring Amin Abu-Taleb
If there's anything more useful than a graph database, it's an app to find new places to go based on one of them!
Scraping and Graphing the Apple App Store
Featuring Brian Joyce
This month Brian Joyce is going to show us how he's built a graph of the applications in Apple's app store. He'll show three techniques he used to get meta-data from over 400,000 apps. Come along to find out what worked, what didn't and how neo4j helped deliver new insights into...#neo4j
Quantified Networks - from binary 'Do you know?' to quantified 'How well do you know?
Featuring Cezar Grigore
Social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have transformed the way we communicate and interact as humans. Nowadays we are all connected and our message can reach a wide audience. But is it the right audience ?neo4j nosql database graph-databases social-media