The Web App Hack graph hackathon: $15K+ in prizes!

Posted by Graphistry Staff on February 19, 2021

Graphistry is teaming up with TigerGraph and Streamlit for our first online hackathon: The Web App Hack graph hackathon! The graph app hackathon is a great way to build out your graph app idea, win $15K+ in prizes, learn emerging graph analytics tech with friends, and even get your idea shared with 100+ companies and 6K+ graphistas. […]

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Visually explore the relationships in any CSV/XLS with GPU graph analytics.. and no code!

Posted by Graphistry Staff on February 18, 2021

We just made exploring the relationships in your data that much easier.  Already available for free Graphistry Hub accounts and Enterprise (Docker) users in v2.35, you can easily drop any CSV/XLS export into Graphistry and explore its relationships as a graph! Edit 2/19/2021: … And if your data looks good, think about joining the Web […]

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Lowcode your graph apps with Amazon Neptune & Graphistry

Posted by Graphistry Staff on January 20, 2021

With our partners on the Amazon Neptune graph database team, we created a tutorial on how to lowcode a graph app. Read on to see how graph-app-kit makes it easy to make a graph app by combining best-of-class graph tech like Graphistry, Streamlit, RAPIDS, and Neptune. Quickly turning data into interactive graph apps greatly increases […]

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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 2.31.24: Graph customization

Posted by Graphistry Staff on September 29, 2020

Graphistry 2.31.24 is now live! You can explore relationships in data with GPU visual graph analytics for free on Graphistry Hub, download the latest Docker files as an enterprise user, and working their way through AWS and Azure Marketplaces, one-click launch the latest private VM in your own account (including our new GovCloud mode). Launch […]

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Graphistry 2.31.7

Posted by Graphistry Staff on August 28, 2020

2.31 is out! Graphistry Hub cloud users have already been enjoying the fixes and speedups, on-prem users can download  one of our Docker tarballs, and the aligned release is making its way through AWS + Azure cloud marketplaces for one-click launches in your team’s private cloud account. Graphistry 2.31.7 adds a lot for working with […]

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DefCon AIV Keynote: Citizen science against COVID misinformation

Posted by Graphistry Staff on August 13, 2020

As part of assisting with the COVID pandemic, Graphistry has been aiding the ProjectDomino.org citizen science effort for behavior change and anti-medical-misinformation. Our CEO shared a view of what the fight looks like in an invited keynote at DefCon 28’s AI Village, a top annual security event.  The talk shows a large example centered on […]

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Launching RAPIDS Academy: Part of our mission of GPU computing for everyone

Posted by Leo Meyerovich on July 12, 2020

Last month, I’m proud to write that Graphistry helped launch RAPIDS Academy with the goal of getting more data teams into Python GPU computing and helping advance them more quickly. By working with the top GPU project contributors who know the most about how GPU tech is built and used, we can achieve higher-quality lessons […]

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