Hélène Draux is a Senior Data Scientist at Digital Science. She creates bespoke bibliometrics analyses and visualisations for clients in the research sector, using data from the Digital Science portfolio (e.g. Dimensions, Altmetric, Figshare, Elements, IFI Claims, and GRID). Her specialties include gender analyses, geographic analyses, topic modelling, network analyses, and interactive visualisations. She has published a book chapter on Visualisation of Research Metrics, her work was featured in Nature, and during the pandemic she has published a peer reviewed article about the speed of publishing and gender differences in publication. She regularly uses Dimensions data but also clients’ data and external data (e.g. MeSH).
Articles by Hélène Draux
Fragmentation: a divided research world?
Research has the power to change lives, break down barriers and create unity & equity. When the research community solves problems together extraordinary breakthroughs can happen. But post-pandemic, fragmentation in the research ecosystem remains one of the biggest challenges to the ability of researchers to make a real-world difference. We want to challenge the status quo, highlight the issues, and share positive ways to create better synergy and collaboration, helping to unite a divided research world.
Vaccine Hesitancy and the importance of Trust: An investigation using Digital Science’s Dimensions Research Integrity (DRI)
With trust in research a critical issue, our team takes a detailed look at a key 'trust marker' in research publications on vaccine hesitancy.
A multi-dimensional approach to assessing the impact of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)All TL;DR Articles