FactGem, the world’s fastest way to connect data and deliver insights, has partnered with Kineviz to create end-to-end solutions for enterprise data management, visualization, and analysis. Read all about it!
On March 7th, 2018, we were invited by Neo4j to talk alongside Thomas Silkjaer about visualizing blockchain transactions. Kineviz co-founder Sony Green discussed inevestigating Bitcoin ransomware using Shodan.io and Hunch.ly as well as conducting ad hoc investigation of the cryptocurrency XRP.
Big thanks to Neo4j and Thomas for making this talk happen!
Thanks Amrita Sharma, Ben Richman, Jeffrey Glupker, Kyle Riener, and Vinit Nair from Santa Clara University and their advisors at Credit Suisse Labs for demonstrating the power of statistical link analysis in #GraphXR and Neo4j
Love the buzzword or hate it, ‘big data’ is an inescapable reality. Whether it’s for business intelligence or bioinformatics, recommendation engines or risk analysis, the volume, variety and velocity of data is only going to increase. Graph is an undeniably powerful tool for working with big data. Unfortunately, one of graph’s greatest strengths – intuitive visualization – is restricted by an essentially fixed resource: screen size. Even a large monitor only accommodates a few hundred nodes before the graph’s structure becomes difficult to parse.
Kineviz CEO, Weidong Yang
Kineviz is proud to have had the opportunity to be a silver level sponsor for Neo4j’s annual GraphConnect 2018 conference in New York City Sep 20th - 22nd. The whole team here at Kineviz is still riding a wave of excitement several days later. We really appreciate all of the people who stopped by our table to find out more about Kineviz and GraphXR.
Learn more about GraphConnect at the Neo4j Blog link below.
Amir Bozorgzadeh reached out to speak with Kineviz about how the esoteric nature of data is being decoded by data visualization applications such as our own GraphXR.
Kineviz worked with the Anti-Defamation League of America to help bring to light hate crime reporting data across America with some pretty startling results.