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Text2graph

Detect entities and relationships in free text. Powered by OpenAI and Graphlytic.

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Text2graph is an online tool for graph extraction from free text. It uses state-of-the-art LLMs from OpenAI to detect entities and their relationships. Created graph can be easily modified by renaming or merging nodes and relationships. These actions are then used to teach the algorithm to make more precise results in subsequent runs. Graphs can be exported as Cypher or Gremlin statements, CSV files, or PNG images.

Text2graph online tool powered by OpenAI and Graphlytic.

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Powerful OpenAI models are used to extract entities and their relationships from free text.

Continuous Learning

Manual changes in the graph are used to increase the precision of subsequent LLM runs.

Export Graph

Graphs can be exported as Cypher, or Gremlin queries, CSV files, or PNG images.

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How it works

Follow these steps to get the most out of the Text2graph tool

Import Paragraph

Import a file (Word, PDF) or paste the first paragraph of your text. You can import up to 10.000 characters per paragraph. Splitting your text into paragraphs is important for the continuous learning mechanism and also for better navigation in the final graph to find which entities are mentioned in which parts of the text.

Merge & Rename

Take a look at the generated graph, find similar entities, and merge them. Similarly, you can merge duplicate relationships. This process is very important because merged or changed names are stored as synonyms and used in the next paragraphs to get better results from AI.

Import Next Paragraphs

Continue with importing the next paragraphs, merging and renaming nodes and relationships after every import. As your history grows you can easily find which nodes are mentioned in multiple paragraphs by clicking on a node. Similarly, you can see all nodes and relationships imported from a single paragraph by clicking on the paragraph in the history panel.

Export Graph

When your project is finished you can export the graph as Cypher or Gremlin statements to quickly import the graph into your graph DB. Or you can export it as CSV files, or PNG image. To import the data into a graph DB you can use Graphlytic, our graph analytics and automation platform.

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