- Check technical requirements
Make sure your temporal property values are stored as numerical timestamps in standard Unix Time (in seconds) in the database.
If you have a Neo4j graph database, you can use an APOC function to convert your convert your date in timestamps. If you use a JanusGraph database, you can run the time conversion in the gremlin console by iterating through the whole graph and using the appropriate Java library.
If your data is CSV file, you can use Excel conversion functions or python libraries unicodecsv and datetime to perform time conversions quickly.
And make sure that you are using version 2.6 or above of Linkurious Enterprise. You can check the version by clicking on “about” in the main menu under your username.
- Make sure the default filter type is correct
Open a visualization with nodes that have temporal properties and open the filter panel. A calendar icon should be visible next to the property name. If you see 123 or abc icon, it means it was categorized as a numerical or text property. Simply click on the icon to change it.