Graph database platform Neo4j has released an updated version of its Graph Data Science Library — GDS 1.7. It adds machine learning pipelines for predicting graph native links.
GDS 1.7 placed a premium on making graph data science accessible, easy, and foolproof. No more worrying about ensuring that you have the correct features in your input data when creating new predictions or about whether or not you followed the correct methods for splitting and generating your features to avoid data leakage.
In practice, this enables the construction of a pipeline by specifying the node and link characteristics and how the data must be separated. Hence, it’s easier than ever to get from raw data to a highly predictive model with certainty that you haven’t mistakenly miss-sampled your edges, distorted your data, or spilt information using the new link prediction pipelines.
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