Dimensions Office Hours for Scientometrics Researchers
Jan 29th 12:00pm EST / EDT
Want advice on leveraging Dimensions rich, interlinked data in your scientometrics research? Have a question about using Dimensions Analytics or the Analytics API that could do with some expert guidance? Book an appointment now to speak with our product experts. Available the last Wednesday of each month
Dimensions for the compliance office
Feb 17th 1:30pm EST / EDT
Spending a lot of time and effort complying with federal mandates regarding disclosures of foreign funding, intellectual property and clinical trials? Find out in just 30 minutes how Dimensions can save you hours of time on these tasks via our interlinked database of over 100M publications, 5M awarded grants, 39M patent records, 500K clinical trials from around the world, and more.
Introducing datasets as a new content type to Dimensions
Feb 18th 4:00pm CET
The Dimensions database now integrates more than 1.4m datasets as a new content type. The datasets are available to all users – including those using the free version of Dimensions. The addition of datasets in Dimensions makes even more linked data available in one platform, rather than disconnected databases, and offers a wealth of possibilities for discovery, profiling and analysis. In this webinar you will learn what datasets are and which datasets are integrated into the Dimensions information ecosystem, why datasets are important for you and your work, and how you can use the datasets integrated into Dimensions to your advantage.
Dimensions in 30 minutes
A 30 minute introduction to Dimensions.
Dimensions for Early Career Researchers
Find out how Dimensions can help you with literature reviews, finding potential collaborators, journals for submission, funders, and much more via our extensive linked content. With over 100 million research publications, Dimensions provides innovative ways to get the information you need.
Build a Campus Wide Growth Strategy
Join us for this one hour webinar to learn more about how Dimensions data can be used to help inform discussions and decisions made when developing a campus-wide strategy for growth.