Start your graph journey with the free Memgraph Graphileon package.

Get started on your graph journey in a matter of seconds by downloading this fully integrated and pre-configured Memgraph & Graphileon Personal Package.

Together with our partner Memgraph, we have put together a free downloadable package that comes with a pre-configured Memgraph – Graphileon installation. It contains two Memgraph Core instances, Graphileon Personal Edition, as well as demo data and examples. If you want to get started in a matter of minutes, and experience the potential of a fast in-memory graph database and an advanced user interface that allows you to manage data and build applications without coding, this is the place to start.


Card image cap
Query list demo application

So you have 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 solution that … Continued

Card image cap
Topic Extraction with MeaningCloud demo for your implementation

Following our article on topic extraction with MeaningCloud and Graphileon we had some users asking for instructions on how to build that application themselves. In this article we’ll describe the 2nd demo from that blog post, a Graphileon application which allows you add ‘Documents’ -pieces of text on a particular topic- which are then processed … Continued

Card image cap
A simple undo

Oh no .. I shouldn’t have double-clicked 🙁 When I explore a graph, it always happens to me at some point. I double-click a node and oops …  my screen fills up with way more nodes than I anticipated. And since I’m almost always operating in autoComplete mode, that also includes all relationships connecting the … Continued

Get started with the Personal Edition

The easiest way to get to know Graphileon is by using the Personal Edition. Build graphy applications and browse your graph stores in a way you never did before.