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Five ways the banking industry should be using #graph visualization: http://bit.ly/1jWmLOr  #dataviz #bigdata pic.twitter.com/RZCR8sRGEH
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KeyLines release 1.13.1 - Introducing Bubbles! A new way to annotate your KeyLines charts. Read more about how to use them on our blog: http://lnkd.in/dB6HDep
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You can now follow KeyLines on Pinterest! See screenshots of network visualization charts and applications, as well as boards dedicated to layouts, social network analysis (SNA) and visualizing Neo4j: pinterest.com/keylines/ 
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Using network visualization for more robust cyber security. An introduction to everything you need to know (and how KeyLines can help you make the most of your cyber security logs and data): http://keylines.com/cybersecurity
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Andy at Visualising Data has been busy updating his indispensable resource lists... And KeyLines has been listed as a top network visualization tool :)

http://www.visualisingdata.com/index.php/2013/09/essential-resources-multivariate-network-and-qualitative-visualisations/
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Which unexpected gains could you win by understanding you cyber security data better? 
 
The unexpected benefits of understanding security data, including a quote from our North America Manager, Corey Lanum: http://www.darkreading.com/5-surprising-security-gains-achieved-fro/240165463
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From criminal investigations to resource allocation, modern police forces are increasingly looking to data analysis for answers. 

We've taken a look to see how big data and network visualization can help law enforcement agencies be more effective.
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Visualizing social networks - who needs to do it and why? 

Understand some of the specific uses for social network visualization, from law enforcement to advertising, and why it is so valuable. 
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KeyLines version 1.11 is live! KeyLines network visualization is now compatible with iOS 7 and IE 11, we've made path-finding even simpler, improved the packaging (everything is now in one unified JavaScript file) and we've even blasted a few bugs. 

Read all about the latest release here:  http://bit.ly/HvRTXs
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KeyLines version 1.9.17: What do developers need to know? 

http://keylines.com/blog/keylines_release_1.9.17
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KeyLines is a JavaScript toolkit for visualising networks
Introduction
Built in HTML5 with a Flash substitute, KeyLines is supported on every major browser. Its rich features and intuitive interface allow you to effortlessly interpret information and discover networks that would otherwise be incomprehensible. 

Whether you want to track terrorist cells, investigate fraud, visualize email patterns or simply understand your Twitter network, KeyLines can make your life easier and can save you thousands of hours of development time.

For more on Cambridge Intelligence or Keylines, visit www.cambridge-intelligence.com or email info@cambridge-intelligence.com.
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