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Graph Commons is a collaborative platform for mapping, analyzing and publishing data-networks. It empowers people and organizations to transform their data into interactive maps and untangle complex relations that impact them and their communities.

Graph Commons members use it for discovering opportunities in two main categories:

Community Strategy – Ecosystem mapping, partnership strategy, community intelligence, organizational analysis, contact mapping.

Innovation Strategy – Knowledge graphs, business and investment strategy, market analysis, tech scouting, content strategy, policy mapping, blockchain analysis.

For organizations with extensive data needs, Graph Commons offers a graph database-as-a-service with advanced exploration features and higher data storage for holding large data sets with many types and attributes (see publicly available hubs). The iterative exploration and data querying features enable working with large data within the browser, while also reducing the cognitive load arising from complexity. Contact us to learn more about hubs.


Graph Commons is based in New York and Istanbul, and brought to you by

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Questions & Comments

We are here to help for your questions and comments. Email us, we will respond you as soon as possible.

Report bugs and issues, request features at our issues repository on Github. Join the discussion at our Slack chat channel.