We’re delighted to share that the global healthcare knowledge provider, BMJ, will be accessing Dimensions data on Google BigQuery. Google Cloud’s serverless and secure multi-cloud data warehouse will enable them to analyse the full dataset of Dimensions and use it to inform publishing, marketing, and sales strategies as well as make data-driven decisions.
Digital Science partnered with Google Cloud in September 2020, to remove barriers to data access, analysis and visualisation for organizations across the research and innovation ecosystem.
BigQuery is designed for rapid analytics on massive datasets, meaning that even complex large scale analyses can be done in seconds. It offers direct integration into your existing analysis and intelligence environment, with connections to popular Business Intelligence and data visualization tools. This allows users to create personalized dashboards and reports, and ensure every level of their organization can be informed with the tailored insights they need.
As BMJ has been using Dimensions Analytics since 2017, this latest agreement will provide an invaluable new level of service to their team. The primary users of the data on Google BigQuery will be their Data department with the intention of providing analytics, business intelligence and report sharing across the whole organization.
BMJ is a global healthcare knowledge provider and pioneer in the development of open access. BMJ publishes more than 70 medical and allied science titles, including some of the world’s most highly-cited and widely-read journals in their fields.