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Everything Goes Better With Bacon: Revisiting the Six Degrees Problem with a Graph Database

A session at JAXConf 2013

  • Nick Quinn

Tuesday 4th June, 2013

11:25am to 12:25pm (PST)

The six degrees problem is a classic party game and typical use-case for the power and efficiency of graph databases. But even with a powerful graph database, a complex ecosystem of data like IMDB (Internet Movie Database) can return a dizzying amount of data within six degrees of separation from the source. With this amount of data, how do you draw business value from large sets of highly connected data? In this session, we will discuss some powerful strategies for using a distributed graph database, to perform analysis to derive business value from highly connected, complex data sets using navigational queries and visualization.

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Everything Goes Better With Bacon: Revisiting the Six Degrees Problem with a Graph Database

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Time 11:25am12:25pm PST

Date Tue 4th June 2013

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