For the PBRF Quality Evaluation, all research is assessed on its merits. As such, we wanted to show how non-traditional research outputs are disseminated. These include creative works, reports, discussion/working papers and intellectual property. The interactive visualisation tool shows where the research outputs for the 2018 Quality Evaluation were exhibited or commissioned.
You can explore New Zealand's global research dissemination patterns by TEO and by primary subject area. Hovering over the individual dots identifies the name of the individual TEO, type of output and subject area.
Not all TEOs that submitted EPs will necessarily be listed in the data visualisations. This is either because they did not submit a particular type of research output or the output could not be matched against the Dimensions database.