Linkurious is working on better software to help people visualize graphs – or networks – easily. Of course, writing software is a powerful way to improve our ability to tackle complexity — but it’s no substitute for human intelligence. With that in mind, we are starting a series of posts that will teach you how to create, read, and interpret graphs visually. Taking their roots in the Königsberg Bridge Problem, graphs are meant to be seen.
In recent years, there has been a tremendous adoption of graphs outside the scientific community, notably thanks to open source products like Neo4j and Gephi. Graphs offer a powerful tool to think, to design and to create new products... keep reading