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Browse, Topics, & Data Catalogs

Datapath Browsing

One of the best ways to get an overview of all the data Enigma has to offer is by browsing through the datapath tree.

Once you've signed in, click the blue "All Datasets" button instead of entering a search term. This will bring you to our main landing page where the entire Enigma database is at your fingertips.

Main Landing page:


The list at the top left hand side of the page presents all the top level datapath names. Data in Enigma is organized by where we acquired the information. 

A zoomed in view of the top-level datapaths:


The numbers next to the domain names indicate how many tables are in that section.

For example, the FAA is a Federal agency, so the user would navigate to "United States" then "U.S. Federal Government" and finally "Federal Aviation Administration" to access all of the tables we have from the FAA Database.

Once you've reached the database you're interested in, click on a table to see the actual data. Hovering over a table brings up a preview of the data so you can see if there is anything of interest inside. For more information on ways you can interact with the data, check out the Use Your Data section.

Inside the table you can always retrace your steps by consulting the Datapath Breadcrumb Trail at the top of the screen. Clicking on any of the nodes with take you directly to that section of the Enigma database. 


Topics are the perfect way to see how much information Enigma has about a certain subject spanning multiple sources. This enables the user to create an on-the-fly catalogs of sources containing information on a specific vertical.

To see the list of topics click the "Topics" button next to "Sources" at the top left hand side of the screen:

To see what states we have corporate registrations from, click "Corporate Registrations" and note how the databases and tables on the right hand side of the screen change. These types of catalogs can be put together for all of the topics.


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