Dimensions database provides new ways to explore scholarly literature

The marketplace for science search engines is cut-throat and crowded. Dimensions database has been launched on January 15, which intends to provide new methods to academics to analyse the scholarly literature. It has assured to grant fund on scholarly literature which includes indexing papers and their citations and connecting publications to their related grants, funding agencies, patents and clinical trials. The tool was created by London-based technology firm Digital Science which is operated by the Holtzbrinck Publishing Group; it holds a majority share in Nature’s publisher.

Reference Link: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-00688-0

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