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In a pair of recent posts patinformatics.com looked at the analysis of eliminations, and how this is applied to the filed of patent analysis. In the initial post a first look was provided into the new Clearstone Innovator system. This tool represents a significant departure from existing tools, and a complete re-thinking of patent claims analysis since it focuses on claim limitations, as opposed to the more traditional method of covering what is disclosed in a patent document. A discussion…Continue
I would like to wish all of the US readers and their families, a Happy Thanksgiving holiday! If you think about it, save me a piece of pie (pumpkin is my favorite this time of year).
Recipes and cookbooks provide a powerful analogy for teaching complicated subjects to people entering a new field, or experienced practitioners who are looking to expand the techniques at their disposal. Having a proven procedure to refer to while working through a detailed example is always helpful, even…Continue
In our second guest post, Matt Fornwalt explores the skills required, and the similarity in form and structure between patent analysts who write complex queries in command line interfaces to data scientists who write scripts, or code in order to do their work in programs like R. To some the use of command line interfaces may seem archaic but understanding this method of building queries can help analysts as they consider using data science related tools.…Continue
Happy Halloween Everyone!
This past week on Patinformatics.com the focus was on Europe and two patent-related conferences held there this month. In the first, props are given to EPO President Benoît Battistelli on attending and commenting on patent information user groups and his attendance at the 2013 EPO Patent Information Conference. Examples of cooperation between user groups and the world’s patent offices were discussed.
In the second post, selected presentations and the…Continue