What we’re about
Welcome to our world-wide Neo4j Online Meetup
In this Meetup we want to reach across borders and run online sessions for everyone around the world to join. Topics will range from data modeling and import to data science and data journalism. Sessions are hosted using YouTube Live on the Neo4j YouTube Channel.
We will also run hands-on workshops for developing your own applications and training sessions. Feel free to propose other topics you're interested in.
Upcoming events (4+)See all
- Network event115 attendees from 17 groups hostingNeo4j Live: Social Science Meets Knowledge GraphsLink visible for attendees
How do Social Scientists with minimal coding experience use vast networks of research material? How can they validate their ideas based on large bodies of research?
In this presentation, we will take you through the example of one independent researcher’s journey from no-code to knowledge graph master. We will walk you through the steps the researcher took, including how to format data stores, what data to collect, ways to leverage LLMs in the process, and ultimately, have a working knowledge graph in a dashboard with minimal coding experience.
Guest: Trygve Cossette, explainit.ai
- Network event120 attendees from 23 groups hostingNeo4j Live: The Potential of LLMs & Knowledge Graphs through VisualizationLink visible for attendees
Learn how a visualization-first approach to AI can transform how we look at documents and quickly gain actionable insights from large and unstructured content. Whether you’re implementing AI applications or just exploring what’s possible, this talk is a practical look at how visualization enhances graph analysis through an AI-mediated user experience. See how we extract explainable knowledge maps from PDFs, looking in depth at the Enron scandal through email chains, as an example.
We emphasise the significance of engaging visually with the output of large language models (LLMs). AI-powered graph solutions streamline data enrichment, entity extraction, and contextualization, further empowering analysts to uncover hidden patterns and make informed decisions. Visualization enables a human user to explain results, render complex situations understandable, and encourage LLMs to express answers with greater depth and flexibility.
Learn more at https://www.kineviz.com/sightxr
Guests: Ben Goosman & Dienert Vieira, Kineviz
- Network event1 attendee from 21 groups hostingGoing Meta - A Series on Graphs, Semantics and Knowledge Episode 26Link visible for attendees
Episode 26 of Going Meta – a series on graphs, semantics and knowledge
Jesús Barrasa: https://twitter.com/BarrasaDV
Knowledge Graph Book: https://neo4j.com/knowledge-graphs-practitioners-guide/
Previous Episodes: https://neo4j.com/video/going-meta-a-series-on-graphs-semantics-and-knowledge/
Check out https://community.neo4j.com/ for questions and discussions around Neo4j.
- Network event111 attendees from 34 groups hostingTraining Series – Intro to Neo4jLink visible for attendees
This session is designed to show you the basics of Neo4j by explaining the core concepts of graph databases, such as nodes, relationships, properties, and labels. We demonstrate how they offer a more intuitive and flexible approach to data than traditional relational databases.
The workshop will include hands-on exercises to introduce you to Cypher, Neo4j’s query language. You will learn how to write Cypher queries to efficiently create, query, update, and delete data in a Neo4j database. This should get you started to explore the possibilities of graph databases further and apply your new knowledge to real-world scenarios, making it an ideal starting point for developers, data scientists, and technology enthusiasts interested in deploying the capabilities of Neo4j.
Trainer: Martin O’Hanlon, Neo4j
Past events (441)See all
- Network event61 attendees from 18 groups hostingNeo4j Live: CypherGUI - user friendly administration for Neo4jThis event has passed