Data scientists, analysts, architects, and developers can use the Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser to see connections in five unique graph layouts, view social networks, and perform graph analytics. The application supports Amazon Neptune, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, Neo4j, Apache TinkerPop, Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph DB, and JanusGraph graph databases.
The Graph Database Browser is the first and only end-to-end visualization application that imports data directly from Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) into Amazon Neptune, so you don't have to use command line tools.
Watch this video demonstration to see how you can instantly visualize and query your graph database.
Automatically visualize graphs in a variety of layout styles and view social networks, clusters, paths, and more.
Try a free demonstration of Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser to truly see what's in the data. Simply run a query to confirm that results will appear as expected from the database. A query returns a clear, easy-to-read graph drawing that you can interactively browse.
Get a free trial on AWS Marketplace or Microsoft Azure Marketplace. It is easy to evaluate the Graph Database Browser using the free trial. It is a fully integrated application that works with Amazon Neptune, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, Neo4j, Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph DB, JanusGraph, and Apache TinkerPop. To access the AMI deployment guide, click here.
Tom Sawyer Perspectives is compatible with the following operating systems and server, client, and database environments.
The Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser web application is compatible with these operating systems:
The Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser web application can be deployed on these application servers:
The Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser web application supports these web browsers:
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