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The origins of this particular statistic date back to the late ‘70s, and for the most part patent practitioners have taken this as a given since the. If this is the case, has anyone actually looked at this question recently and determined if it is still true? In order to revisit this statistic I studied the patented substances indexed by the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS). The patenting of chemical substances represents a reasonable percentage of the technologies covered by the world’s…Continue
When the stakes are high, having additional information about the Examiner’s hand can be very powerful. Sometimes the Examiner has a pretty strong rejection based on the statute, the Rules, and the accompanying case law. However, this may be difficult to know unless familiar with the Code, the Rules, and all the case law. Analyzing Board decisions through PatentBoardFerret.com can provide enhanced knowledge of the strength of the rejection. In addition, PatentBoardFerret.com organizes all…Continue
When dealing with complex systems, especially when working with patent data it is critical to understand the variables involved and how they influence one another when conducting patent analytics studies. In this particular example a trend in US publications appearing in the extended families of PCT applications originating in the US is clearly seen, but understanding what may have caused this effect will take a little more digging and understanding the variables involved in the system,…Continue
Infographics provide a means for comparing data along several different parameters. Their application to patent information has been explored previously, but a new company, Deltasight, is systematizing this approach and generating insights into this unique data source. In a first for Patinformatics.com we have an interview with CEO Taavi Raidma where he discusses the Deltasight application.
Visual Solutions for Presenting Complex Patent Data – An Interview with Taavi Raidma CEO of…Continue