This Notebook shows how it's possible to extract funding and grants data related to Rome University programmatically, using the Dimensions API with Jupyter Notebooks.
Dimensions data source are mined for organizations identifiers using GRID, the Global Research Identifier Database. So we can use GRID IDs to perform searches across all source in Dimensions.
The GRID ID for Rome La Sapienza is grid.7841.a.
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Check out the Dimensions API Lab website, which contains many tutorials and reusable Jupyter notebooks for scholarly data analytics.