Showcase

See GraphScope live and try it yourself!

 

Our GraphScope stand-alone demos are not public accessible anymore, but have a look at the public metaphactory demos. Soon GraphScope will be part of metaphactory.
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Wikipedia Demo

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The demo demonstrates GraphScope on the Wikipedia Knowledge Graph.

You can search Wikipedia in a new way. GraphScope lets you take advantage of the relationships between millions of persons, countries, cities, places,… etc. You can search all the content available in the Wikipedia Knowledge Graph. For example, you can find „universities in germany and their number of students“ or „soccer clubs in the bundesliga“ or „astronauts of apollo 11“ or single facts like „birth date of neil armstrong“ or „population of karlsruhe“, … what ever you are interested in.

The Wikipedia logo and the data used in this demo is made available by Wikipedia, respectively DBpedia.org, under the following licence: CC BY-SA 3.0


Medical Subject Headings Demo

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The demo demonstrates GraphScope on the Medical Subject Headings database 2016 (2016 MeSH).

MeSH is the National Library of Medicine’s controlled vocabulary thesaurus. It consists of sets of terms naming descriptors in a hierarchical structure that permits searching at various levels of specificity.

You can search 2016 MeSH in a new way. GraphScope lets you take advantage of the relationships between descriptors, terms, concepts and all other types in MeSH. You can search all the content available in MeSH. See below for example searches.

The MeSH data used in this demo are made available by U.S. National Library of Medicine under the following terms: MeSH Memorandum of Understanding.