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Learn how Dimensions Analytics expands your research and maps research impact

Learn how Dimensions Analytics expands your research and maps research impact Online

Dimensions Analytics is the world's largest linked research database. It covers over 130 million research publications connected by more than 1.7 billion citations, supporting grants, datasets, clinical trials, patents and policy documents. UCSF's subscription to Dimensions Analytics, supported by the Research Development Office, provides UCSF users with a powerful and easy-to-use database that builds a full picture of both the local and global scholarly landscape.

Use Dimensions to go beyond citations and provide a broader picture of research impact. See an example article record enriched by publication metrics and citations from policy documents, clinical trials, patents, and other publications.

Representatives from Digital Science are offering a May 23 online training session for the UCSF community on how to:

  • Find research papers, grants, patents, clinical trials, and policy documents for any topic
  • View and analyze publication citation and Altmetric data
  • Find researchers and identify the organizations, researchers, and funders active in a specific field
  • Explore connections between researchers, institutions, and their research outputs
  • Use analytical views and visualizations to inform research and grant applications and reports

Log in to Dimensions Analytics with your UCSF email address to get access to the full functionality of the database (see details).

This event is open to all UCSF students, faculty, researchers, and staff.

Access the recording and slides from this training session (UCSF only).


Related LibGuide: Dimensions Analytics - research analytics database by Gretchen Kiser

Tuesday, May 23 2023
11:00am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
  Data Science     Database and Searching     Education and Research     Open Access     Scholarly Communication  
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Anneliese Taylor

Head of Scholarly Communication