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Wednesday, March 21 • 2:20pm - 3:10pm
HOL: Using Property Graph and Graph Analytics on Oracle NoSQL DB to analyze data on Meetup.com FULL

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Meetup.com is a social media platform for people interested in the same subject to gather in groups, also to plan, and organize meetings in order to connect with meetup group members for the purpose of exchanging knowledge, discussing subjects and form new networks. All data related to meetup groups and their members, the events they organize and speakers at events as well as comments regarding events can perfectly representated as a property graph. This gives the opportunity to use graph algorithms to analyze these data. 
The purpose of this presentation is to show how to build a graph from Meetup.com data and how to use Oracle´s Property Graph In-Memory Analytics Framework to analyze the graph in order to (1) find influencers for certain topics in different locations or (2) identify hot topics people are interested in most. The HOL is "tell & show" using BDL VM 4.11 as environment, RStudio for data wrangling and Big Data Spatial and Graph with Oracle NoSQL DB as data layer. Scripts will be uploaded to and available via Github.

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Karin Patenge

Business Development Manager, Oracle Deutschland B.V. & Co. KG
Karin Patenge is currently working as a Business Development Manager for Technology. She joined Oracle in 2007 as a PreSales Consultant with the focus to enable customers and partners in embedding Oracle Technologies (software products and services) in their solutions. Having a b... Read More →


Wednesday March 21, 2018 2:20pm - 3:10pm
6-Bldg 500

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