Data in Enigma Public is published under CC BY-NC 4.0 license, meaning it is free to use for non-commercial purposes as long as it is attributed.

If you are using the data in a project or an article, please cite both Enigma and the original creator of the data.

One example of a citation would be:

Data Creator (PublicationYear). Title. Publisher. Identifier

For instance, if you wanted to cite 2017 Senate Lobbying Reports data you accessed through Enigma Public you might write:

United States Senate (2017). Lobbying Reports. Enigma. http://public.enigma.com/datasets/lobbying-disclosures-primary-report-2017/bbb5f44a-f9c4-4c01-b112-03d576984d67.

Alternately, you may wish to use another format based on the work’s cited style you are following. For examples, see this University of Michigan Library Research Guide on data citation in APA format.