Since the beginning of the third quarter this month, women founders across the United States have raised a significant amount of capital—higher than quarters in the recent past.

This is according to data from Pitchbook. The numbers are supported by recent rounds closed by five companies founded and owned by women.

Since the beginning of July, 4.6 percent of VC funding has gone to women-founded startups. This is up from 2.9 percent in Q2 and 2 percent in 2017.

And businesses with at least one woman in the founding team have raised around 29 percent of all U.S. venture funding this quarter. This is almost twice that of 2017 and up from 14 percent last quarter.

Here’s a summary of recent the fund raises Pitchbook cites:

Overeall, 2018 is shaping up as a good year for women in VC. Pitchbook reported last week that companies with at least one female founder have raised $7.2 billion in VC funding. That’s around 12 percent of all VC raised this year.

You can read Pitchbook’s Q3 funding analysis here.