data.world today announced that it has partnered with the U.S. Department of Defense to launch Data.mil, a new experiment in Defense Open Data created by the Defense Digital Service (DDS) in collaboration with data owners throughout the U.S. military.
Unveiled today by the Pentagon, Data.mil makes open data available in a searchable, machine-readable, downloadable format. Through its partnership with data.world, Data.mil also offers a collaborative workspace for this groundbreaking dataset to invite and facilitate collaboration, targeted analysis and discussion.
Hosted at data.world/datamil and accessible through Data.mil, the new data.world workspace organizes key open military datasets within a dynamic, social environment. This makes it easy for journalists, subject matter experts, data scientists, and everyday citizens to discuss, analyze, query, visualize, and easily share their findings.