New PatSeer Updates Released

The latest update of patent search and analysis platform PatSeer comes with key enhancements and new features, including the addition of Philippines full-text patent collection and new keyboard shortcuts. Let us take a detailed look at the updates after the break.

PatSeer Content Update

The new PatSeer release brings the following enhancements to its content repository:

  • Philippines Full-Text Collection: PatSeer now offers full-text patents and utility models from Philippines. The full-text data is available from 1975 onwards and PatSeer is working on filling in the known gaps in the database.

    Philippines Full-text Coverage

    Philippines Full-text Coverage

  • German Full-Text Translations: PatSeer now includes German full-text machine translations in English. Translations are available for German patents, applications and utility models.

    German Full-Text Machine Translation

    German Full-Text Machine Translation

Keyboard Shortcuts

The new PatSeer release offers users the ability to browse search results and execute common actions, like opening PDFs and images, by using keyboard shortcuts instead of a mouse. The shortcuts will allow users to save time and make navigation a whole lot easier. The shortcuts can be accessed using the F8 key.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Topics

According to PatSeer, users will now be able to quickly view key concepts and technologies present in the search results without having to read each individual record. Users will also be able to filter, map and analyze topics while researching for insights and R&D opportunities.

Topics

Topics

Synonym Lookup

Another useful feature now available in PatSeer is the ability to easily lookup alternative/synonym terms related to the search terms being used to perform patent searches.

Synonym Search

Synonym Search

Attorney Filtering and Charting

PatSeer has added Attorneys to its filtering and charting options, making it easier for users to analyze attorneys and agents while searching for patents.

Attorney FIltering and Charting

Attorney FIltering and Charting

PatSeer Projects

PatSeer has made the following updates to PatSeer Projects:

  • Support for NPL/Journals/External Records in Projects – A major update in this release is the support for adding and analyzing non-patent literature along with patents within Projects. Users will be able to combine patent analysis with NPL such as journals and scientific publications for a more thorough research.

    Support for NPL Addition

    Support for NPL Addition

  • Deduplicate Records within Projects – This new feature will let users deduplicate records within Projects by Application/Patent and also by one-member per family, Simple or INPADOC.

    Deduplicate Records within Projects

    Deduplicate Records within Projects

Export Enhancements

  • Export Family Members – This new export option will allow users to export all family members for every selected record. In the exported file, all family members will appear as separate publications.

    Export Family Members

    Export Family Members

  • New Export Format – The update has added a new PDF export format.

    New PDF Export Option

    New PDF Export Option

  • Other additions to export options include exporting First Named Inventor and Publication Number in Patent Office format.

 

 

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This post was contributed by Abhishek Tiwari. The Intellogist blog is provided for free by Intellogist’s parent company Landon IP, a major provider of patent searches, trademark searches, technical translations, and information retrieval services.

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