In a post where I talked about modelling data in graphs, I stated that graphs can be used to model different domains, and discover connections. In this post, we’ll do an exercise in using multi-domain graphs to find relationships across them.
An institution can have data from multiple sources, in different formats, with different structure and information. Some of that data, though, can be related. For example, we can have public data on civil marriages, employment records, and land/property ownership titles.