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Linkurious: Explore and Visualize Graph Data


Linkurious is designed to handle big data and be easy to use; it is focused on local exploration - search any information within a graph and start exploring the connections from this point.



Linkurious Linkurious is an easy-to-use tool to explore graph databases.

It is designed to handle big data and be easy to use. Linkurious is focused on local exploration : you can search any information within a graph and start exploring the connections.from this point. The idea is to stay focused on the data relevant to the query. This way, the user can find results faster.

To make the search even more easier, it's possible at any point to filter and color nodes or edges to reveal hidden properties. This allows to visually detect patterns.

Linkurious Screenshot

Linkurious is compatible with Neo4j and its query language, Cypher. This language allows for complex queries regarding the nodes and relationships within the graph, the kind of stuff Facebook Graph also popularized ("show me who among my friend in London has been in Japan and can recommend a place where to it sushi in my area").

Sebastien Heymann, one of Linkurious co-founders was also a key developer of Gephi, an open-source network analysis and visualization software package.

Linkurious runs on windows, linux and MacOS. Licenses start at 249€.

Watch a co-founder Jean Velledieu give a nice video explanation: vimeo.com/74580514

For more information, visit

linkurio.us/.


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