Graphs are a visual way to show connections between data points through a network of nodes and relationships. Graph technology allows to find relations in large amounts of data (big data) fast and efficiently.
Already used in many fields from data management to bioinformatics, graph technologies are starting to make an impact in investigative journalism, especially with the increasing importance of data journalism. Graphs are an efficient way to analyze complex data for investigation and storytelling.
Our datascoop team are proven experts in graph technologies as well as in journalism, connecting the two fields most effectively for your benefit. From trainings in graph analysis for (data) journalists to introductions of graph software and databases (TigerGraph, Neo4j, Neptune, JanusGraph, ArangoDB etc.), we offer comprehensive services for journalists and media teams. As software developers we also integrate graph technology and analysis in legacy databases with customized applications.
Graphs provide deep data insights for any type of journalistic activity.
New directions for stories and research activity, provided by graphs.
Graphs provide an intuitive way to access and manage large media databases.