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- Library Toolkit
- Use cases
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted a different set of needs to analyze trends in scholarship as they occur: Real-time bibliometrics. In this article, which was published in Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, we describe three basic analyses as illustrations of the potential for real-time bibliometrics.
In this article which was published in QSS in February 2020, we describe the approach that Digital Science is taking to support the scientometric community, together with the various Dimensions tools available to researchers who wish to use Dimensions data in their research at no cost.
Digital Science offers data capabilities and the connected data to help life science organizations understand the Car-T research and development landscape.
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.
Example insights in NAFLD and its common disease type NASH extracted from our Dimensions platform.
A collaborative approach to creating a modern infrastructure for data describing research: where we are and where we want to take it.
This article, which was published in Frontiers, gives an overview of the methodology of construction of the Dimensions dataset and user interface.
This report takes a closer look at some of the research insights that can be gathered using the new Dimensions platform, with a focus on the benefits of its collaborative approach to development.