Graphistry 2.36.6: Multi-GPU sharing, TigerGraph graph-app-kit quicklaunch, Nvidia RAPIDS 0.18, faster start, fixes, and more

Posted by Graphistry Staff on March 10, 2021

Graphistry 2.36.6 brings updates to both our no-code users and hands-on GPU ones for how they explore relationships across their data. In addition, it coincides with a new release of `graph-app-kit` focused on TigerGraph support and fixes. Get started now! Try on a CSV GPU updates: RAPIDS 0.18 and Multi-GPU sharing The latest release helps […]

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Graphistry 2.35.9: No-Code Graph Analysis for your CSVs, HA for multi-GPUs, Run on A100 / CUDA 11.0

Posted by Graphistry Staff on February 21, 2021

Graphistry 2.35.9 is an exciting release. Anyone on your team can now use Graphistry: As soon as someone has a CSV/XLS, they can drop it in and start exploring without any coding. Developers will enjoy our new Files API for easier and faster data management. On the performance side, we are continuing to push on […]

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Graphistry 2.34.14: Graphistry graph exploration goes multi-GPU with RAPIDS 0.17!

Posted by Graphistry Staff on January 13, 2021

Graphistry 2.34 brings big speed and scale capabilities for visually exploring big graphs. The new File API is especially exciting for us – the current release uses it for faster Jupyter/Python plotting, and watch the next release that will bring in some long-awaited UI features around it. Many enterprise users will appreciate the improved Red […]

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Graphistry 2.33.17: Graph-App-Kit, RAPIDS 0.16, and more

Posted by Graphistry Staff on November 8, 2020

Graphistry 2.33.17 introduces a powerful piece in our mission to bring powerful visual investigations technology: Dashboarding. With StreamLit, embedded in our open-source graph-app-kit project, you can quickly create interactive graph dashboards and share them. In addition, 2.33 includes the big RAPIDS 0.16 release and continued GPU infrastructure improvements. Read on for these below, and check […]

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Graphistry 2.32.4: Badges and RAPIDS 0.15!

Posted by Graphistry Staff on October 14, 2020

Graphistry 2.32.4 is now live! The most requested features are around icons, badges, and RAPIDS. If you are new to Graphistry, try exploring relationships in your data with GPU visual graph analytics for free on Graphistry Hub and one-click launch a private server in your cloud provider (including our new GovCloud mode). As usual, check […]

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Graphistry 2.30.26: Graph gallery, edge weighting, a faster release schedule, and more

Posted by Graphistry Staff on July 12, 2020

Figure: Clustering animation when neighbor edges weigh more than non-neighbors   Graphistry v2.30.26 is a fast and worthwhile follow on to our big v2.29 introduction of the 2.0 API for quickly uploading big graphs (Apache Arrow + RAPIDS!) and the 2.30.11 launch of Graphistry Hub for free open visual investigations on managed Graphistry GPU instances. […]

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Graphistry 2.30.11: Graphistry Hub, PyGraphistry 2.0 API, & RAPIDS 0.14

Posted by Graphistry Staff on June 19, 2020

Release 2.30.11 is a fast and worthwhile follow on the big 2.29 release. If you didn’t get Graphistry 2.29 with our new Graphistry 2.0 API — 100X faster & bigger uploads! — now is your chance with 2.30. The latest release also introduces Graphistry Hub, RAPIDS 0.14, open registration mode, and more. As a reminder, […]

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Graphistry 2.29.5: Upload 100X+ more, RAPIDS 0.13, LearnRAPIDS.com, and more!

Posted by Graphistry Staff on May 28, 2020

Updated: 6.24.2020 to reflect PyGraphistry now supporting the 2.0 Upload API The Graphistry team has been quite busy with v2.29. While we’ve been quiet on the tool side as we’ve been directing attention to our volunteer efforts like ProjectDomino.org for medical anti-misinformation, and as you’ll see, a lot has been happening! As usual, get the […]

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Graphistry 2.27.8: RAPIDS 0.11, NodeXL imports, speedups, & hardening

Posted by Graphistry Staff on February 11, 2020

  We recommend upgrading to Graphistry 2.27.8 to improve your existing flows and plug into more data such as NodeXL for social media analysis. Read on for an overview of March’s release. For a full breakdown and upgrade considerations, see the detailed release notes. Binaries are now available for enterprise users and JS/Python clients are […]

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Graphistry’s 2019 in open source has numbers that signal a rising tide in the data world

Posted by Graphistry Staff on January 2, 2020

Graphistry 2019 in open source signals quite a change: PyGraphistry: ⭐️1K+ stars and πŸ‘¨β€πŸ”§100+ forks PyGraphistry is a library to extract, transform, and visually explore big graphs Apache Arrow: πŸ†Top 2019 data project (O’Reilly), πŸ‘¨β€πŸ”§400+ contributors Apache Arrow is a cross-language development platform for in-memory data. It specifies a standardized language-independent columnar memory format for […]

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