David Hopp - Retired physical scientist and CodeForAmerica member

Happily and actively involved with CodeForDurham (NC) in several projects, including K-12 education stats and some aspects of voting and representation. I am looking at neo4j primarily because of cypher. Hoping there are easy ways to offer visualizations to my readers. I plan (hopefully) use neo4j as a layer of abstraction, similar to a GLMM but more comprehensible. The current project considers some county voting issues in NC, and I plan to use a graph independent of geography, except as aspects of it can be quantified, such as socio-economic indicators, regional membership, and possibly adjacency or proximity. We will see if it works. Anyone with experience in this please contact me. My computing language of choice is R.

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Fantastic to have you here! The work you're doing sounds very important.

I know @neo4j_devrel was working with some folks from Code for America and might have some ideas.

On the visualization front, be sure to check out neovis.js by @William_Lyon.


ps, and yes, cypher is lovely :-)