• http://twitter.com/YoungbloodJoe Joe Youngblood

    Great article! I touched on how to use Graph Search for content creation at Pubcon Austin, it definitely has some good uses.

  • http://twitter.com/jwdlatif Jawad Latif

    Graphs are not readable. I wish they were more clear for better understanding.

  • http://twitter.com/Gnug315 Jan Bloxham

    Images are not readable. I will never revisit this site.

  • http://about.me/mohammedalami Meding44

    very good article indeed despite the size of graphs : Facebook using Google Microdata I’m really impressed !

  • http://twitter.com/jwdlatif Jawad Latif

    Thanks Barbara Starr. I viewed your tweet as well. It was helpful to me.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kalpana.krishnaswami Kalpana Krishnaswami

    Facebook graph search is very neat and user friendly and it would be good to see how it progresses. However I would like to point out that in more complex vertical domains, graph searches present several challenges. Firstly the relationships (or the edges of the graph) are far more complex and plentiful. This is specially true when you look at complex domains such as biology. Secondly queries are not always linear and the query graph is often a tree with multiple branches. Additionally there is often a need to be able to filter on a node to further refine results. Finally the results for a complex query needs to be represented by a graph that allows further exploration. Metaome’s engine DistilBio attempts to solve this problem in life sciences research. We have had a graph search engine out for several months now and the platform can easily be ported to other verticals. Please try out http://www.distilbio.com to see how we address the graph search problem in complex domains