(The following functionality is not available in the free Dimensions version).
To search for a particular research organization/university, expand the Research Organization filter on the left side, and you will see the top ten organizations ranked by the number of results for the current search. To filter search results to only one of these, select Limit to next to the name of the organization in the list (this appears over the number of results with a mouse-over), or, if the organization you are looking for is not in the top ten, select more and enter the name of the organization. When you find the right organization in the list, select Limit to next to the name, or click the name itself to include this organization as one of multiple organizations you want to include in the filter.
If you want to find only documents that have been authored by both organization 1 and organization 2, repeat the process shown in the above animation for each organization. This will then result in a so-called "AND" search between the organizations chosen, and only documents that feature all of the organizations requested will be returned in the search.
Why can't I find the organization I am looking for?
If you cannot find the organization you are looking for after typing it into the box, this is either because the name is spelled incorrectly, or the organization does not appear in Dimensions (if the organization has a consistent research output, this is extremely unlikely).
How does Dimensions disambiguate research organizations?
Dimensions uses the GRID disambiguation system to identify research organizations. For more details, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.