The KG side panel includes the Graph Reason function which is used to display the abnormal or key nodes and relationships of the current graph. Switch to the Graph Reason function to see that there are currently three commonly used rules. More rules can be customized.
7.1 Find All Bad in Two Levels
In the first example below, the first rule called "Find all bad in two levels” in the Graph Operation window has been checked. The current target user node (with a halo) and the two associated user nodes connected by an attribute node are all blacklist nodes and belong to the one degree associated bad user nodes.
7.2 Show Shared or Bad Entity Nodes Only
In the second example below, the second rule called "Show shared or bad entity nodes only” in the Graph Operation window has been checked. There are multiple paths between 6 user nodes in the current graph, so all 6 user nodes satisfy this rule condition.
7.3 User Nodes and Relationship Sharing Multiple Attributes
In the third example below, the third rule called “User nodes and relationship sharing multiple attributes” in the Graph Operation window has been checked in the graph rule is checked, as shown in the figure below. The current 3 user nodes all share multiple information nodes.
7.4 Real-time Statistics
The KG toolbar includes the Statistic function which is used to display the statistics of current nodes and relationships of the graph in real time. Click the Statistic button to use the real-time limited statistics function. The statistics information display box will be automatically pulled up from the bottom of the graph display area and is divided into two columns. The left side contains the statistics of the nodes, and the right side contains statistics of the relationships. The box can be dragged up and down to change the height according to business requirements or adjusted to a height that does not affect the observation of the map as shown in the figure below.
After using the real-time limited statistics function, click the Statistics button again to close the function as shown in the figure below.