Neo4j makes it simple to collect, organize, query and analyze structured data. However, with larger datasets it can become difficult to understand or manage the structure as well as the contents of your database. Sebastian presents a tool that allows users to quickly inspect their running Neo4j database instance and both analyze the structure of the data and interactively explore the graph to easily gain new insights.
Sebastian has been working in the field of graph visualization for the last 20 years. He loves programming and especially working with graphs and algorithms. As CTO of yWorks, he is responsible for the development of the ""yFiles"" suite of programming libraries for the visualization and analysis of graphs, diagrams, and networks.