For a long time, most databases were table-based. Since a few years, a new type of database has emerged: the graph database. For many cases, this provides a more natural structure to model data. However, tools that allow proper insight and manipulation in this type of databases are limited.
For Graphileon, I am developing a visual, web-based graph database tool that allows basic exploration and manipulation of data in Neo4j graph databases, as well as the creation of advanced data-driven dashboards for specific use cases.
- Job : Architecture and full-stack development
- Client : Graphileon
- Year : From 2015, ongoing