I found this recently and it looks pretty nice. Check out the screenshots.
Code on GH.
A great video lecture on Social Network Analysis (SNA) from a course on “Computational Journalism” from the University of Hong Kong.
Recently, I have noticed an uptick in blog posts and articles about big data graph processing.
Here are some useful links I have come across:
Great intro and short article on triplestores. It has tons of links to other resources. In particular, I thought these were pretty interesting:
Another good Neo4j article. This one shows some relatively complex graph based queries on an imaginary telecommunications data set using Cypher.
This is a great article on using Neo4j for creating a small maps application for trains (“MapQuest for Trains”). There is not much code in the article, but the author posted his code in github.
I’m not sure how I haven’t seen this before, but it looks pretty amazing. It provides all the lecture slides and videos as well as student projects.
Check out the video playlist on Youtube