Enigma Public Now Means 100,000 Public Datasets Will No Longer Be An Enigma

First up thanks to Pinhawk for bringing this one to our attention.

They report today.

Enigma Public, a free tool built by data management and intelligence company Enigma, launched yesterday (20 June) with the aim of helping users find the data they need and learn how to improve their use of information. The 100,000 datasets from over 100 countries bring together information from international organisations and federal governments, and local and state governments in the USA, spanning subjects like building permits and fire inspection data, to things such as the contents of shipping containers, and financial contributions to political campaigns. Users get a description of the datasets, along with key use cases and related information


“We wanted to provide an interface that enabled that information to be searched, discovered, and related,” said Marc DaCosta, Enigma’s chairman and co-founder. “All the data in Engima Public will be updated regularly, from online and offline sources, and is really a work in progress to grow and keep adding to it.”

More at beSpacific  https://www.bespacific.com/free-tool-allows-users-to-locate-and-analyze-curated-public-datasets-from-around-the-world/

Currently on their entry page they’ve got White House visitor logs, The Tate Collection (UK), Curated US Sanctions, schedule consultation, H1B Visa Applications and our favourite FAA Near Collisions !