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Graphileon and ChatGPT having a phenomenal conversation. Part 1
Graphileon and ChatGPT had a conversation where they discussed a phenomenon, such as "obesity in children," and ChatGPT was tasked with finding cause-and-effect relationships related to that phenomenon. The response from ChatGPT was processed by Graphileon, which created a cause-and-effect graph. Graphileon then generated new prompts that could be submitted to ChatGPT again. The result was a funding proposal to address childhood obesity through community programs and education, which aimed to increase access to healthy food options, provide nutritional education, increase access to safe and convenient outdoor spaces, and create awareness campaigns. The proposal included evaluating the effectiveness of the programs by collecting data.
Introducing Schema-Based Graph Editing and Exploration
Graphs can be created in a variety of ways, whether it’s through importing large amounts of data [Neo4j, Memgraph, Amazon Neptune] or incrementally through manual creation based on expert knowledge. Regardless of the creation method, being able to edit individual nodes and relationships, in addition to visualizing and querying the network, is essential. However, graph … Continued
Graph(ileon): Powerful tooling to plan procurement and production in food processing
In food processing and packaging, it is essential that stock levels of fresh ingredients are sufficient, food processing machines are operational and the staff to operate them are available. This is the field in which one of our customers, The Power Central, has been operating since 2020. Besides its own food packaging activities, The Power … Continued
Graphileon Cloud has arrived!
Today we launch Graphileon Cloud (beta), allowing users to run a free Graphileon Personal Edition in a fully managed environment on AWS. It offers the same functionality as the Personal Edition for desktop and comes with two pre-installed Memgraph graph stores. Just go to https://graphileon.app, create an account and spin up an environment in under … Continued
Graphileon basics: Run queries from your dashboard
With Graphileon you can run your own queries from the Query box on the left. Every query you run is stored in the Recent queries list so you can rerun it or reload and modify it. However, if you find yourself running the same query regularly then you might want to extend your dashboard with … Continued
Pathfinding in Graphileon using GeoJSON and the aStar algorithm
Introduction For a network of roads, a graph database is a natural fit. Roads have waypoints with coordinates, which are connected by road segments that can have properties like distance, type of surface and maximum speed. In this blog, we focus on the amazing things you can do with just the distance property. Combined with … Continued
Graphileon CSV importer (Sneak preview)
Soon, you will be able to upload your CSV directly through a Graphileon UI. We will include a wizard that
Connect Graphileon server edition to your local graph store
When running our Graphileon Personal Edition you will likely connect it to a store running locally or on a cloud server. However, when running a server edition, either on-premise or using our AWS edition, you may still want to connect to a store running on your own machine. This video explains how to connect your … Continued
Graphileon Visual Query Builder
In a short series of videos Graphileon founder Tom Zeppenfeldt demonstrates the different iterations of a Visual Query Builder (VQB) application. This VQB allows non-developers to benefit from the power of graph databases. It simultaneously demonstrates the capabilities of the low-code Graphileon platform as this entire application is configured by connecting Graphileon functions. The first … Continued
Graphileon’s graph-based proposal wins JenV Hub Challenge of Netherlands Ministry of Justice and Security
Graphileon’s graph-based proposal wins JenV Hub Challenge of Netherlands Ministry of Justice and Security Today we proudly announce being awarded a contract to design and test a solution that facilitates the drawing of networks for the Dutch screening authority Justis. Justis is responsible for providing information to all controlling and/or regulatory authorities (e.g. the police), … Continued
Graphileon 3.1 released, now with App Library!
Graphileon 3.1. released, including an App Library! Graphileon 3.1 is here! This latest version includes fixes, improvements and a number of new features that were requested by our users. The new App Library is the most visible new feature. It contains demos to inspire you and to get you started building your own graphy applications. … Continued
Graphmantics and Graphileon Partner to Build Flexible Enterprise Knowledge Map
Graphmantics and Graphileon today announced a partnership to build solutions to create and manage flexible Enterprise Knowledge Maps, primarily focusing on SAP-centric customers. The combination of Graphmantics’ decades-long SAP experience and the agility of the Graphileon rapid application development framework allows for the delivery of solutions that help large enterprises realize enormous savings in terms … Continued
Extend Graphileon default configuration with a graph visualization that behaves differently.
Graphileon’s default configuration, in most cases, sufficient to browse and edit the contents of your application and data stores. However, sometimes you may want to extend or modify the Graphileon default behaviour. For instance, if you want to: Remove some of the default context menu options, or replace them with others; Replace the ‘get neighbours” … Continued
Navigating to our documentation
Easy access to the Graphileon documentation Every now and then, we need to look up things in our documentation ourselves. So we configured a context menu-option for function nodes, in order to provide easy access to the Graphileon documentation. It takes you directly to the relevant page in our documentation. You can see the diagram … Continued
Release of Graphileon 3.0
Graphileon releases version 3.0, packed with new stuff! Today, after many months of hard work, we are proud to release Graphileon 3.0. In this release, we put a lot of new functionality as well as many improvements. We also made Graphileon available on AWS, with a new licensing model that is based on functionality. The … Continued
Monitoring progress by adding a single node
Keep users informed Some operations in applications may take a long time. For instance, loading data from an external source or running an algorithm on a large graph. In these situations, you want to keep your users informed by providing them with visual and meaningful feedback. The same applies when you iterate through a list. … Continued
Graphileon 2.7.0 has arrived!
Today we proudly release a new version, Graphileon 2.7.0 packed with a lot of new features, and with support for a wider range of graph stores. We’ve created a video of Graphileon 2.7.0. that takes you through the new and updated features of this version. If you want to try it or use it for your … Continued
Graphileon joins CovidGraph, an initiative to make information related to COVID-19 available.
Graphileon joins CovidGraph, an initiative of graph enthusiasts and companies with the goal to build a knowledge graph with relevant information about the COVID-19 virus.
Graphileon offers free licenses for projects fighting the COVID-19 pandemic
While the #coronavirus is spreading, the @graphileon team stays focused on serving customers and improving our software. In the meantime, others are doing what they do best. To contribute, we offer free 1-year licenses for projects directly trying to #flattenthecurve.
Graphileon is the most versatile graph platform: some examples of functionality and use cases.
Since we started in 2014, our mission has been to make graph technology accessible to a wide audience. Now, Graphileon’s versatility makes it the number one add-on to a wide range of graph databases. Whether you want to build complex logic, just want to browse the graph or build your own graph-based web-service, Graphileon offers … Continued
Graphileon application permissions
The new Graphileon application permissions on functions and data are now available. They allow you to grant or deny access to use certain application functionality or to view or edit specific data. This is a key feature for any business application. We already had our dashboards, through which administrators can group functionality, but now we … Continued
Enhancing Synergy and Alignment Through Innovative Technology.
Impact is rarely achieved by a single project. In most cases, it involves many projects, funded and executed by different agencies. Using innovative technology to map the intervention logic and to keep track of the interwovenness is crucial to create synergy and alignment. The same technology also helps organizations to choose the best location to … Continued
Graphileon wins the Oranje Handelsmissiefonds 2019
Each year, the Oranje Handelsmissiefonds awards a prize to a small number of Dutch SME that seek to increase their international customer base. Winners distinguish themselves by their financial track record, international business potential, scalability of their operation and innovative power. Today we proudly announce that we were awarded the prize for the 2019 edition! … Continued
Full-text search with Neo4j and Graphileon
Full-text search with Neo4j and Graphileon is easy since full-text search was made available. by Neo4j in version 3.5.This feature allows for searching through the contents of indexed string properties of nodes and relationships. To illustrate how to use this feature inside a Graphileon application, we’ve built a demo application in a Neo4j + Graphileon … Continued
Graph-based Planning, Monitoring and Reporting on project deliverables in the Kingdom of Jordan
In the context of the EU-funded M&ETAJo2025 project, Graphileon designs and implements a flexible Management Information System that allows the government of the Kingdom of Jordan to closely monitor the delivery of projects that contribute to the country's socio-economic development.
CRUDding edges and vertices in DataStax Enterprise Graph 6.7
Adding support for DataStax Enterprise Graph in less than a month! Less than a month ago we announced the support for DataStax Enterprise (DSE) Graph. Today we can show you a sneak preview of how to manage DSE Graph content using the standard Graphileon NodeFormView and RelationFormView functions. Next on our roadmap is to integrate … Continued
Graphileon to Support DataStax Enterprise Graph
DataStax, the company behind the leading database built on Apache Cassandra™, today announced a technology partnership with Graphileon to include support for DataStax Enterprise Graph (DSE Graph) on Graphileon’s application development platform. Developers using DSE Graph will now be able to leverage Graphileon’s platform for simpler coding and easier visualization of graph data. DSE Graph enables enterprises to extract … Continued
Cambridge Semantics Adds Graphileon to AnzoGraph®
Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of modern data discovery and integration software for enterprise data fabrics, today announced the integration of Graphileon framework with its stand-alone version of AnzoGraph, a leading graph analytics database. With this integration, AnzoGraph developers and customers benefit from Graphileon’s market-leading ability to navigate, manage and visualize the content of multiple … Continued
Analysis of scenarios demo, installation script and explanation
A while ago, Tom posted a video called Analysis of scenarios in Graphileon. In this video he demonstrates a Graphileon application that takes a network and uses a graph algorithm to find a shortest path between two nodes. While this in itself is not very spectacular -it’s one of the reasons graph databases are used in … Continued
Query list demo application
So you have a long list of custom Cypher queries that you want to run regularly against your graph data store? Some of them return tabulated output and others return networks? You don’t want to clutter your dashboard with too many buttons and want to economize the use of Function nodes? Here is a simple Graphileon … Continued
Get started with Graphileon Personal Edition in the cloud or on your desktop.
The easiest way to get to know Graphileon is to spin up the Personal Edition in the Graphileon Cloud. It comes with two graph stores installed and access to the App Library with examples and apps. You can also download and install Graphileon Personal Edition to run it on your desktop. Either way, you will be able to build graphy applications an browse your graph stores in a way you never did before.Download Cloud (Beta)