Graph theory, once a relatively obscure branch of mathematics, is enjoying a boom. An entire ecosystem of startups and applications have turned to
graph technologies to make sense of messy real-world datastructures. The developers building these applications often need a GUI to see their graphs, either to help build the property graph model, or to expose their data to business users. This session will help developers who need to choose a suitable web-based graph visualization solution, or who wish to build their own. Corey will begin with an overview of the graph visualization options already available - from open-source libraries like D3, SigmaJS and Cytoscape.js through to commercial SDKs and off-the-shelf applications.
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