A team of data analysts, scientists and developers have come together to create COVID knowledge graphs. The graphs integrate a number of public datasets and implemented in Neo4j, a graph database platform. According to the COVID*Graph website, “the project provides the data basis for understanding the processes involved in a coronavirus infection. Why is this virus so contagious? And why do such severe complications occur? Linking large data sets and evaluating them provides new insights and provides researchers with approaches and hypotheses for their further research work,” explains Dr. Martin Preusse, founder of Kaiser&Preusse, who co-initiated the COVID*Graph project.