Graph Algorithms, Neural Networks, and Graph Databases. The Year of the Graph Newsletter, September 2019

One of the world’s top AI venues shows that using graphs to enhance machine learning, and vice versa, is what many sophisticated organizations are doing today. New developments in graph algorithms and analytics, and the latest graph database releases, many of which incorporate graph algorithms and machine learning features. Read the full article on the […]

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Graphs in the cloud. The Year of the Graph Newsletter: April 2019

The first sign of convergence in the graph space is here. Graph databases continue to grow, expand, and make their way to the cloud, a number of open source frameworks for working with graphs has been released, and a slew of new interesting use cases. Read the full article on the Year of the Graph

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Graph gets funding. The Year of the Graph Newsletter Vol. 7, November 2018

October 2018 was the busiest month in the busiest year in graph history, hence the longest Year of the Graph newsletter to date. Neo4j lands a massive funding round, Tinkerpop is moving forward, the most important knowledge graph research event with key industry presence, W3C organizing a Workshop on Web Standardization for Graph Data, and […]

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Knowledge graphs in Gartner’s hype cycle. The Year of the Graph Newsletter Vol. 5, September 2018

Knowledge graphs in Gartner’s hype cycle, machine learning extensions and visual tools for graph databases, Ethereum analytics with RDF, Using Gremlin with R, SPARQL, and Spring, graph database research wins best paper award in VLDB, and benchmarking AWS Neptune. Not bad for a typical summer vacation month such as August. This edition of the Year […]

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Choosing a Graph Database. The Year of the Graph Newsletter Vol. 4, July 2018

The Year of the Graph Newsletter: July 2018

What is a graph database? Do you really need one, and if yes, how do you choose? That’s what it all comes down to. This month’s edition of the Year of the Graph newsletter is special. Apart from the usual hubbub, which is somewhat slower this time of year, this month the Year of the […]

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On Graph query languages. The Year of the Graph Newsletter Vol. 3, June 2018

AWS Neptune goes GA, Microsoft Cosmos DB releases new features, the query language discussion heats up, TigerGraph announces free developer edition, building enterprise knowledge graphs in the real world with Zalando and Textkernel, and more. May has been another interesting month for the graph database world. How can data scientists use knowledge graphs? How, and […]

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