Dimensions Webinars

Future Webinars

How to use Google Sheets to find academic experts in Dimensions

Jul 14th 11:00am - 11:45am EST / EDT
Do you often need to find experts to review submitted grant applications or manuscripts, to fill open research positions or to find collaborators? In this webinar we will show you step-by-step how to use the recently released Google Sheets add-on to query Dimensions, and easily find the most relevant experts…

What do your researchers do next? Use Dimensions data to find out

Jul 22nd 6:00pm - 6:30pm CEST
The Dimensions database offers the most comprehensive collection of linked data in a single platform; from grants, publications, datasets and clinical trials to patents and policy documents. Our researcher profiles, aggregated using advanced machine learning techniques, display the outputs of individual researchers, from publications to patents. When PhD students graduate…

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Introducing datasets as a new content type to Dimensions

On Demand
The Dimensions database now integrates more than 1.4m datasets as a new content type. 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.

Boosting your REF2021 submission with Dimensions’ Unit of Assessment categorisation

On Demand
Watch our webinar to learn how Dimensions’ new Unit of Assessment categorisation can support your REF submission and provide you with new insights. Daryl Naylor and Juergen Wastl will demonstrate how to identify publishing trends in UoA's, benchmark against peer institutions, perform a UoA impact analysis or institutional collaboration analysis, find the top researchers per UoA, and much more.

Using Dimensions publication and grants data to validate transformative agreements

On Demand
In this webinar, we will show you how to make your transformative agreement more successful by using Dimensions rich publication and grants data. Looking at robust data surrounding authorship and funding in topical areas by country, geography, institution, and funder, you will learn how to reveal key insights into the current and future state of play for your discipline which will complement your own usage statistics.