Dimensions was created from the ground up with input from more than 100 research community partners. We continue to work closely with community members via our user groups, drawing on their knowledge, experience and feedback to fuel future developments. Moreover, we recognize and respect community ownership and stewardship for bibliometric data: after all, without open citation data, Dimensions wouldn’t exist. We do our best to give back in the form of open data that the community can use to validate existing citation-based metrics and create new ones.
Dimensions development partners
Dimensions was developed in close collaboration with the academic community to deliver a solution that empowers researchers, institutions, governments, funders, and publishers to redefine the ways in which scholarly work is discovered and evaluated. The database was created from the ground up with input from more than 100 research community partners.
Dimensions user groups
We work closely with community members via our user groups, drawing on their knowledge, experience and feedback to fuel future developments.
Product user group
The Dimensions product user group reflects our commitment to continue working with experts from the community we serve. It offers a forum for a lively dialogue and exchange of ideas between our product team and members. Together we identify enhancements that will ensure Dimensions continues to meet their needs – both today and in the decades to come.
Scientometrics user group
The Dimensions scientometrics user group brings together like-minded scientometric researchers from around the world: members all share a passion for the scholarly study of research productivity, impact, collaboration, and innovation. The group considers how Dimensions can help drive improvements to the field of scientometrics, research management, and science policy.