Ogma’s state-of-the-art graph layouts result in visualizations that are easy to understand and unlock new insight from your data and the structure within it.
Ogma uses the power of your graphic card to display thousands of nodes and edges. Its system is optimized to animate every aspect of the visualization in a flash without compromising on performance.
The Ogma website is packed with ready-made examples to help demonstrate the capabilities of Ogma. Begin with an existing example and expand on it to test new ideas.
Discover how to integrate data from Neo4j or a CSV file, how to integrate Ogma with React or Angular and the basics of getting started with Ogma. Our tutorials walk you through the main topics you need to be successful.
Our graph visualization experts will be available to support the development of your app and help kickstart your project off on the right foot.
Cerved’s Innovation team developed Graph4You, a graph-based visualization application that would allow their clients to better understand financial ecosystems with a more dynamic way of accessing and exploiting the connected data within them.
The Purpose Innovations team at Cisco is tasked with how to innovate around technologies to help drive purpose throughout the organization. So when Cisco looked for a breakthrough way to visualize the dynamics of their teams and organization at large, they chose Ogma, Linkurious’ graph visualization library.
To achieve greater software intelligence, CAST needed a solution that could handle the complexities of today's modern software systems in terms of both volume and performance.
Paving the way forward
Ogma’s visualization engine is built for WebGL first and can support HTML5 Canvas and SVG with the same level of detail. Developers can get started with Ogma using a unified API and carefully crafted event model along with an extensive documentation website and dedicated support team. Ogma can be integrated into any modern Web-based application. It supports module bundlers such as WebPack, it can be used with React, and provides Typescript definitions for fast integration with Angular 2.