Research Analytics Summit 2024

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As the availability of bibliographic data becomes more diverse and unique, so do the complexities of those sources. As a result, it can be challenging and daunting to analyze such data, especially from a single research analytics service request. In this session, the presenter will demonstrate examples of building dashboards to analyze data for research outputs of a college using data from a research information management system, a policy database, and a bibliographic database. Attendees will learn about the advantages of using RIM systems to perform analytics as well as their shortcomings; they’ll also learn how to export data from more traditional systems, such as policy and bibliographic databases, and import them into other systems for dashboard building and analytics.


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