|Core||histograph/core||Consumes Redis queue and calls Graphmalizer|
|Schemas||histograph/schemas||Ontology and JSON schemas|
|Neo4j plugin||histograph/neo4j-plugin||Server plugin for Neo4j for complex graph queries needed by search API|
|Viewer||histograph/viewer||Map viewer, React + Leaflet + D3.js|
|Data||histograph/data||Scripts to download and generate Histograph datasets from selection of sources: GeoNames, TGN, BAG, NWB|
|Import||histograph/import||Scripts to import data into Histograph API|
|Stats||histograph/stats||Runs set of queries on a specified interval to compute data statistics|
|Website||histograph/histograph.github.io||Histograph website on histograph.io|
|Fuzzy dates||histograph/fuzzy-dates||Parses dates, years, and ranges|
|URI normalizer||histograph/uri-normalizer||Converts URIs and Histograph IDs to URNs|
|Tests||histograph/tests||Test suite for Histograph API|
|Concordances||histograph/concordances||Equivalence relations between places in the Netherlands from different data sources: GeoNames, TGN, BAG and Who's on First|
Histograph uses Graphmalizer to convert a stream of messages (create/delete/update of PITs and relations) to a graph in Neo4j.
|Graphmalizer Core||graphmalizer/graphmalizer-core||Reads message queue, creates Neo4j graph|
|Installation||histograph/installation||Docs on installing Histograph on your laptop or a server|
|AWS tools||histograph/aws||Tools and scripts for deploying Histograph on Amazon Web Services|
|Quickstart||histograph/quickstart||Quick start scripts for Histograph|
|PITs to GeoJSON||histograph/pits-to-geojson||Convert PIT NDJSON to GeoJSON file|
|Reasoner||histograph/reasoner||Finds matching PITs from different datasets and creates links between them (work in progress)|
|Relationizer||histograph/relationizer||Web interface to find PITs and easily create relations between them (work in progress)|
|Stats viewer||histograph/stats-viewer||Visualizations for JSON results of stats module (work in progress)|
|Cypher examples||histograph/cypher-examples||Cypher query examples|
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