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Cube.js vs Linkurious: What are the differences?

Developers describe Cube.js as "Open Source Analytics Framework". Cube.js is an analytics layer for modern applications. It supplies building blocks to add analytics features into any application you create. It is designed to work with large-scale data sets and implements various optimization techniques. On the other hand, Linkurious is detailed as "Search and visualize your graph data through a simple web-based interface". Graph databases like Neo4j make it easier, faster and more natural to work with connected data. With Linkurious, it is now easy to quickly explore that data using your web browser. Our one-click installer works with Linux, Mac and Windows. It automatically connects to your graph database, no configuration needed.

Cube.js and Linkurious can be categorized as "Business Intelligence" tools.

Some of the features offered by Cube.js are:

  • * Rollups orchestration
  • * Caching
  • * Visualization agnostic

On the other hand, Linkurious provides the following key features:

  • Dynamic visualization
  • full-text search
  • Highly customizable

Cube.js is an open source tool with 2.87K GitHub stars and 174 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Cube.js's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of Cube.js
Pros of Linkurious
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    Open Source
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    API
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    Visualization agnostic
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    Caching
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    Rollups orchestration
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    Highly customizable

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Cons of Cube.js
Cons of Linkurious
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    No ability to update "cubes" in runtime
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    Cannot use as a lib - only HTTP
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    What is Cube.js?

    Cube.js is an analytics layer for modern applications. It supplies building blocks to add analytics features into any application you create. It is designed to work with large-scale data sets and implements various optimization techniques.

    What is Linkurious?

    Graph databases like Neo4j make it easier, faster and more natural to work with connected data. With Linkurious, it is now easy to quickly explore that data using your web browser. Our one-click installer works with Linux, Mac and Windows. It automatically connects to your graph database, no configuration needed.

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