The Dynamic Relations page allows for the creation of additional relationships such as co-occurrences. Dynamic relations are direct connections between entities which were only indirectly connected in the data.
Select Dynamic Relation
Select the type of directed relation you'd like to add, and click the Add button.
Available dynamic relation types:
Co-occurrences: A co-occurrence, is a relation between two (possibly identical) entity types based on an undirected relation to a third (and potentially fourth, etc) entity type that the first two entity types are both related to. For example a co-authorship is a relation between two author type entities that are related to a book entity.
The Dynamic Relation List shows which dynamic relation types have already been created. Each dynamic relation type has two entity types as its endpoints -- these are shown in the Src Entity (Source Entity Type) and Dst Entity (Destination Entity Type) columns. If the dynamic relation type is not directed, then Src Entity and Dst Entity are just the two endpoints of the dynamic relation type.