Resources

Get ready-made queries with our BigQuery Lab

Ready-to-go notebooks and SQL queries to save you time and give you ideas. 

Dimensions on Google BigQuery – how to get started?

A video tutorial which explains how to use Dimensions on Google BigQuery

Use Dimensions in BI tools like Tableau, Qlik or PowerBI

BigQuery enables you to connect Dimensions to your existing tools of choice in under 1 minute.

Build your own dashboard using Google Data Studio

Our Covid-19 dataset is openly available on Google Cloud. Try BigQuery, our data schema, and build a dashboard.

Discover how librarians use Dimensions when making strategic collection development decisions

Academic librarians use Dimensions to ensure they meet one of their most critical goals: making the right decisions about which information their researchers need access to.

New agile methods to extract deeper knowledge

Find out how we provide an open and iterative approach by connecting our tools with those of the research community. We develop special functions within a matter of days allowing you to implement a search strategy, connect with a diverse range of data sources and so much more. Watch the…

Students at Carnegie Mellon University Use Dimensions to Create Research Funding Dashboards

Using the Dimensions API, students created dashboards on CMU’s intranet which are available to staff, students, and other university affiliates.

How to set up Google Cloud and do your first Dimensions visualization in 5 minutes

See how you can get started with Dimensions & Google BigQuery in 5 minutes, using free tools and data. No previous experience required, just curiosity for research, innovation, and data.

Erasmus University Rotterdam uses Dimensions to monitor Sustainable Development Goals

Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) wants to make a positive societal impact through research, as measured by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They are using Dimensions for the creation of a dashboard as a tool for strategic planning and continuous measurement of progress.

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