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Emil Eifrem of Neo4j recently wrote, “Dr. Roy Marsten wrote in in March that Graph Theory was a key approach in understanding and leveraging big data. As a advocate of graph theory and as a developer building graph databases since 2003, it was wonderful to read someone else with similar insights and appetites. As Dr. Marsten notes, Google started the graph analysis trend in the modern era using links between documents on the Web to understand their semantic context. As a result, Google produced a Web search engine that massively outperformed its established competitors and saw it jump so far ahead that ‘to Google’ became a verb. Of course we know very well Google’s history since then: its graph-centric approach has seen it deliver innovation at scale and dominate not only in its core search market, but also across the information management space.” Read more