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Extending Business Intelligence with Graph Analytics

But there are things most of these tools can’t do, and that is analyze data when it’s structured as a graph or network and when that data must be analyzed by traversing the graph. […] This problem can’t be solved by simply summarizing data, nor does it have anything to do with predicting. Instead, the data must be organized as a graph and a tool must be able to traverse that graph; it has to be able “walk” from node to node. And today, this is not a feature found in most reporting and analytical tools.

Wondering why Pregel, the graph-oriented mapreduce, is not mentioned in the article.

Original title and link: Extending Business Intelligence with Graph Analytics (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)