As with any new project, it's essential to ensure you define an action plan and have the right people to help get your project off on the right foot. Oftentimes these two things determine how successful the end result may be. With a graph project in particular, the same is true. Graph technology is often turned to in order to solve complex problems such as financial crime, drug discovery, or national security - just to name a few. So it's no surprise that a graph project can generate it's own share of complexity when not implemented properly from the start.
That's why, after working with 100s of organizations interested in the use of graph technology, we decided to put together a few suggested steps to begin your own graph project. The steps below involve Linkurious and are purely indicative and by no means meant to be used as strict rules. So with that said, let's get started!
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