Posts Tagged ‘Graph Database’

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Leveraging AI for Knowledge Repositories and Content Curation in Life Sciences

–Ruby Lin and Nicolas Frantzen contributed to this blog. Overview In life sciences, like many other industries, knowledge is power. Historically, the main challenge has been around sourcing, organizing, and meaningfully surfacing this knowledge. To solve this challenge, one needs to look at innovative and scalable ways, such as AI, to find and organize a […]

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Local Testing using Gremlin on Azure Cosmos DB Emulator

I was recently tasked with setting up a local database instance for testing a web application. The application uses a Gremlin graph database hosted on Azure Cosmos DB. The solution we decided on was using the Azure Cosmos DB Emulator with data populated by a script. Due to the low usage of Gremlin, there does […]

Why Aren’t Any Business Intelligence Apps Using Graph Data

Business intelligence isn’t always about the facts. Don’t get me wrong, there will always be a place for dashboards and BI reports. Making business decisions without them is unimaginable so we all appreciate SQL based business intelligence systems with star schemas that point to meaningful fact values. One of the many lessons learned from the […]

Graph Model with Gremlin

Graph Theory: A graph is a pictorial representation of a set of objects where some pairs of objects are connected by links. The interconnected objects are represented by points termed as vertices, and the links that connect the vertices are called edges. Formally, a graph is a pair of sets (V, E), where V is […]