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Neo4j and D3.js: Visualizing Connections Over Time

Another great graph data visualization using Neo4j and D3.js from Max De Marzi:

Graph data visualization of connections over time

  • Max de Marzi is lately my favorite source for graph data visualization posts
  • Even if the diagram looks amazing I’m wondering if it would scale for larger data sets
  • Even if I gave it some thought, I’m still not sure how graph databases can record historical relationship/the evolution of relationships in a graph. If you have any ideas I’d love to hear.

Original title and link: Neo4j and D3.js: Visualizing Connections Over Time (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)