2019 was another great year for Dimensions-powered research:

  • Dimensions lowered barriers to access to scientometrics data for more than 80 researchers, resulting in dozens of presentations and articles that help the community better understand the structures of science
  • Digital Science partnered with ISSI to increase Dimensions access even further for researchers worldwide
  • We expanded the Dimensions API Lab, sharing more open source code that makes it easier for researchers to work with the Dimensions Analytics API

In this post, I’ll share highlights from this year’s published research, explain how you can request no-cost access for your own scientometrics research, and tell you how to connect with other scientometricians who are using Dimensions’ rich, interlinked data in their own analyses.

Research highlights

Access to Dimensions for scientometrics research

Interested in using Dimensions data in your own academic research? If you’re not part of an institution that already subscribes to Dimensions, we’re happy to help you get the access you need. Just fill out this form to share details of your project and we’ll be in touch!

Join the Dimensions Scientometrics User Group

The Dimensions Scientometrics User Group is a free, exclusive worldwide community for those who are interested in using Dimensions data to power their analyses.

Scholars from all disciplines, at all stages of their careers can join the Scientometrics User Group to get access to quarterly community calls, open “office hours” to consult with Dimensions data scientists, and more.

Sign up here to join the Dimensions Scientometrics User Group.