Relationship Analysis Client

The Relationship Analysis Client component of Context Graph is used to view data in a graphical manner that identifies and depicts structure and relationships between entities.

Relationship Analysis Client is web browser tool that provides a visual interface for the following:

  • Viewing relationships and hierarchies within a model
  • Viewing viewing hidden or non-obvious relationships
  • Creating what-if scenarios
  • Performing temporal or geospatial analysis
  • Creating rules-driven event triggers
  • Running centrality algorithms to determine influence score either against the entire network or against the data being visualized within the client.

You can view and manipulate models that were created in the Write to Model stage, or you can create new models in the Relationship Analysis Client itself. You can also use the tool to manipulate entities and relationships based on their properties and values.

  • For an overview of the Relationship Analysis Client canvas, see The Relationship Analysis Client Canvas.
  • See Managing Models to read about managing models, including:
    • An overview of data for each model
    • Information on adding centrality measures to a model as well as a list of details that are provided on the Jobs tab after you apply those measures
    • Information on defining monitors to watch for data changes that meet certain conditions
  • See Viewing Models to read about all the ways you can view and manipulate the contents of a model, including:
    • The functions of the Model Detail and Query tabs in the Open Model window
    • The buttons on the Canvas Options ribbon
    • Using the Selection and Query tools
    • Using filters
  • See Changing the Appearance of Model Data to read about how to change the appearance of elements in a model, including:
    • Viewing a model in multiple ways simultaneously
    • Determining the appearance of entities and relationships
    • Configuring gradient settings to visually depict a range of values
    • Applying Panel Style to a model's entities and show property data
    • Configuring and applying themes to models, which potentially saves you time if you have multiple models that you want to look the same
    • Applying layouts that change the visual structure of models based on what you want to emphasize (for example, group structure, hierarchy, locations, and so on)
  • See Analyzing Model Data to read about how to analyze data in a model, including:
    • Using the Discovery feature to load specific information based on conditions that you set, then add back in elements that were excluded in the original load.
    • Running centrality algorithms on models
    • Using groups to reveal latent relationships
    • Adding and deleting entities and relationships as well as the properties tied to those elements.