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Transmuting Documents into Graphs

Alchemy is a philosophical and protoscientific tradition practiced throughout Europe, Africa and Asia. Its aim is to purify, mature, and perfect certain objects. In popular culture we often see the case of shadowy figures trying to turn lead into gold to make themselves immensely rich or to ruin the world economy. In our case we will not be transmuting lead into gold, but documents into graphs which is just as good. In the past, we had used “Alchemy API” but they were purchased by IBM and retired. You can get similar functionality with IBM Watson, but let’s do something else instead. Let’s add Entity Extraction right into Neo4j.
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Visualizing the news with Vivagraph.js

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Today I want to introduce you to VivaGraphJS – a JavaScript Graph Drawing Library made by Andrei Kashcha of Yasiv. It supports rendering graphs using WebGL, SVG or CSS formats and currently supports a force directed layout. The Library provides an API which tracks graph changes and reflect changes on the rendering surface which makes it fantastic for graph exploration.

Today we will be integrating it with Neo4j and the Alchemy API.

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