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A Look at Patent Board Ferret - Decisions from the Patent Trial and Appeals Board

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…See More
Apr 10
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Correlation and Causation – How Often Do WO Documents, with US as the Priority Country, End up Not Publishing in the US?

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,…See More
Mar 31
Anthony Trippe posted a blog post

Infographics for Patent Analytics – An Interview with Taavi Raidma CEO of Deltasight

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 Deltasight…See More
Feb 24
Mikk Putk favorited Anthony Trippe's blog post Risk and Diversification - A Framework for Patent Strategy Discussions
Feb 12
Anthony Trippe posted a blog post

Risk and Diversification - A Framework for Patent Strategy Discussions

Peter Kim and I have an article in the March/April issue of IAM Magazine. The article focuses on the building of impactful patent portfolios and one of the topics covered is how to determine the allocation of resources between sustaining technologies and disruptive ones. As Peter and I discussed this I suggested that a good analogy might be borrowed from the world of financial investments, where advisors talk about portfolios in terms of risk and diversification. As we continued talking about…See More
Feb 10
Anthony Trippe posted a blog post

Innovation and the Global IP Marketplace

In this guest post by Tom Hochstatter rationales and mechanisms for disrupting the innovation supply chain are provided. According to Tom, those of us in the innovation industry need to ignore current convention, and find a way to advance innovation by matching sellers to buyers at scale, aggregating disparate IP activities into centralized functions reduce the cost to transact IP, shorten the time to transact, avoid the courts like the plague, and shine a light on the dark side of innovation.…See More
Feb 3
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Report from WIPO Workshop on Patent Analytics in The Philippines

This post provides details on the World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO) Regional Workshop on Patent Analytics that was held December 4-6th in Manila, and was jointly organized by the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL). Patent analysis, and in particular the generation of patent landscape reports (PLRs), continues to gain in popularity as a tool for strategic decision-making, both in the public, and private sectors. This second regional workshop once again…See More
Dec 19, 2013
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New this Week: First Look - Clearstone Innovator and A Second Guest Post by Matt Fornwalt

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 on…See More
Dec 10, 2013
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Happy Thanksgiving! What’s Cookin’ in Analytics

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 when a…See More
Nov 28, 2013
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Who Knew Patent Analysts Wrote Code? – A Guest Post by Matt Fornwalt

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.…See More
Nov 8, 2013
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New this Week: The Importance of Patent Information Recognized at the Highest Levels and a Report from the 2013 ICIC

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 full Twitter feed…See More
Oct 31, 2013
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Twitter Feed and Report from 2013 PIUG Northeast Conference

This year's NE Conference was excellent and I was honored to provide one of the presentations during the meeting. Links to my slides and a video of it, shot by Sandra Unger, are provided within the post. The article also provides the titles of each of the other presentations along with the Tweets associated with them that were collected during the meeting. I had to leave after the afternoon break, so there are no Tweets for the final three talks but the abstracts from those presentations are…See More
Oct 11, 2013
Anthony Trippe posted a blog post

Family Reduction Methods: Why I Don’t Use Simple Families When Counting Patents Either

This post will looked at the use of simple patent families when performing a family reduction pre-processing step. While simple patent families normally give similar statistical values to what is seen with other family reduction methods, the use of them is not generally recommended. A discussion on the reasons behind this assertion is provided. In addition, based on input from the previous two posts, the ramifications of the relationship between US and WO documents, and the impact they have on…See More
Sep 29, 2013
Anthony Trippe commented on Anthony Trippe's blog post New this Week: The Impact of PCT Applications on the US Patent System and Multiple WO Documents in the Same Extended Family
"Thanks Mikk, Glad to hear that you enjoyed the articles."
Sep 24, 2013
Mikk Putk commented on Anthony Trippe's blog post New this Week: The Impact of PCT Applications on the US Patent System and Multiple WO Documents in the Same Extended Family
"Thanks, great statistics!"
Sep 24, 2013
Anthony Trippe posted a blog post

New this Week: The Impact of PCT Applications on the US Patent System and Multiple WO Documents in the Same Extended Family

This past week on Patinformatics.com the focus was on WO documents with two posts on this topic. In the first, it became clear from an analysis conducted that while the use of the PCT system by US applicants has flattened out recently, and as a percentage is not dominated by them as much as it used to be, WO documents still play a critical role in the filing strategy of US organizations. In particular, a dramatic shift in the use of PCT applications occurred, and could be clearly seen,…See More
Sep 23, 2013

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A Look at Patent Board Ferret - Decisions from the Patent Trial and Appeals Board

Posted on April 10, 2014 at 3:34pm 0 Comments

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…

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Correlation and Causation – How Often Do WO Documents, with US as the Priority Country, End up Not Publishing in the US?

Posted on March 31, 2014 at 3:58am 0 Comments

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,…

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Infographics for Patent Analytics – An Interview with Taavi Raidma CEO of Deltasight

Posted on February 24, 2014 at 8:23am 0 Comments

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…

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Risk and Diversification - A Framework for Patent Strategy Discussions

Posted on February 10, 2014 at 8:24am 0 Comments

Peter Kim and I have an article in the March/April issue of IAM Magazine. The article focuses on the building of impactful patent portfolios and one of the topics covered is how to determine the allocation of resources between sustaining technologies and disruptive ones. As Peter and I discussed this I suggested that a good analogy might be borrowed from the world of financial investments, where advisors talk about portfolios in terms of risk and diversification. As we continued talking…
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