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COVID-19 Singapore Graph shows relationships between cases SingTat

Posted on 29 February 2020 at 12:30pm

Occasionally, I work on non-commercial projects with the community in mind. There's this simple tool called Meetup that helps you schedule meetups with your friends. There's Project Traffic Observer, a service that monitors bus arrival times to check if certain roads are congested. There was Project Lend-A-Hand, which offers free IT services to Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs) back in Apr 2019.

I have been working on a Graph on COVID-19 cases in Singapore.

It started when I was trying to keep up with the daily updates from the Ministry of Health (MOH). At some point, it became pretty confusing "who is linked to who and where" so I created a graph to help me visualise the relationships. Over time, I added filter and search functions to make it easier and quicker to find information about the cases and clusters.

You can explore the graph at

If you are keen on the details in building and maintaining this graph, read A Graph on COVID-19 cases in Singapore.

I hope it complements the other tools and infographics contributed by the various agencies and individuals, and helps the local community stay updated in this battle against the virus.