Games

NTU undergraduate Raymond Yeh wants to use Pokemon Go to teach schoolchildren how to data-mine. Photo: Wong Pei Ting
A screenshot of the algorithm tree Raymond Yeh set up on a free software called RapidMinder Studio to start his data mining on the Pokemon Go data he collected. Photo: Geek.sg/Raymond Yeh
Raymond Yeh's data mining found that the location with the greatest chance of catching an Onix is at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. Photo: Geek.sg/Raymond Yeh
Raymond Yeh's data mining found that the location with the greatest chance of catching a Scyther is at Bedok Reservoir. Photo: Geek.sg/Raymond Yeh
Raymond Yeh's data mining found that the location with the greatest chance of catching a Pikachu outside of Universal Studio is at Blk 496 Jurong West Ave 1, Changi Village Hawker Centre, and Woodland Checkpoint. Photo: Geek.sg/Raymond Yeh
Tech

2416796_The art, or rather, science of playing Pokemon Go
The art, or rather, science of playing Pokemon Go

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Pokemon Go now available in Singapore

Pokemon Go now available in Singapore

SINGAPORE — The worldwide gaming sensation Pokemon Go is now available for download in Singapore, nearly a month after it was first released in the US.