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An A&I database on steroids

Jenny Wooldridge, Senior Analyst in the analysis and evaluation team at the UK-based National Physical Laboratory describes how powerful Dimensions is at helping conduct vital research and strategic analyses.
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Using Dimensions to understand Open Access adoption rates

Philipp Pollack, Data & Metrics Specialist in the Central Library at Forschungszentrum Jülich, highlights the vital role Dimensions and GRID data play in monitoring Germany’s Open Access activity.
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An easy to use and powerful API for topic analysis

John de Mello, Head of Nano at Norwegian University of Science & Technology, describes how he has used the Dimensions API to help his university understand what it does - and what it could do - in nanoscience and technology
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Reproducibility or Producibility? Metrics and their Masters

Access to large scale data to produce new insights or reproduce existing results is a necessity for scientometric research and access cannot be limited by commercial considerations.
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Connecting Ohio Universities with Industry to Drive Innovation

The Ohio Innovation Exchange (OIEx) was built leveraging the interlinked publication and patent data and research insights from Dimensions in combination with the faculty and equipment data from Symplectic Elements.
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Pinpointing Global Expertise in Nonalcoholic Faty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

Example insights in NAFLD and its common disease type NASH extracted from our Dimensions platform.
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Dimensions – addressing analytical needs across campus at UC San Diego

David Minor, Director, Research Data Curation Program, talks about why his Library invested in Dimensions Plus and the DSL API
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How to use Dimensions to facilitate the growth of a research portfolio

A case study from University of Massachusetts, Lowell - a current user of DImensions Plus
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A Guide to the Dimensions Data Approach

A collaborative approach to creating a modern infrastructure for data describing research: where we are and where we want to take it.

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