IPEXL's Patent Search. Data Source Coverage.

The below table contains our patent coverage (as of 3rd December 2009).



Updates on IPEXL.com's search index are made once a week, every Sunday.

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Comment by Mark Ashworth on December 5, 2009 at 7:06pm
Oh boy. At lot of requests :). In a nutshell:
Indian patents = would LOVE to index it. That seems to be the holy grail in IP search right now.
Wild cards & proximate = Good idea. We'll be writing a user guide on how to use our search syntax soon.
Adding more fields to excel download = Sounds good to me.
Download of citations = currently available on a pay per download basis. Clicking 'full reference info' button will take the user to our IP shop where they can download forward (& backward) references at 10 cents per forward reference.
Downloading of bulk date = will be available in future for pay per download.
Comment by Amol Nalawade on December 4, 2009 at 4:03am
If Possible add indian Patent documents information also , it would be great database for users. Also make some wild cards & proximate operators to find required patent documents, otherwise make such facility by putting only words tool can make string automatically. It would be very beneficial to all users.
Comment by Bikramjit Singh on December 4, 2009 at 1:05am
Thanks Mark for the information. I am looking forward to it. :)

I would like to see few more fields in the excel export sheet. In addition to the present fields, can you please include more like, filing date, priority date, family members, claims or citations.

And let the user select which all fields they want to export and if possible, let the user download in bulk, let say 20,000 or 30, 000.

This will increase the flexibility to use and it would be a great tool by then.
Comment by Mark Ashworth on December 3, 2009 at 11:13am
That's much appreciated Kristin!

I'll try and add some more information about ipexl.com on your wiki as soon as possible.
Comment by Kristin Whitman on December 3, 2009 at 9:52am
Mark, thanks so much for posting this information! I've updated the IPEXL entry on Intellogist with the image you used. It's an open wiki, so feel free to make edits! (fyi, we just have a user contributions policy that says no advertising copy, but vendors are welcome :o)
Comment by Mark Ashworth on December 3, 2009 at 8:58am
Check out the sources on our advanced search: http://www.ipexl.com/index_advanced.html

The sources that are displayed, but disabled, are the ones that we're currently working on.

New Zealand and Israel (especially Israel) seem like good ideas to add. I'll forward them to the team to see if we can add them into our roadmap.
Comment by Bikramjit Singh on December 3, 2009 at 5:08am
This is a great database.There are so many good features in it.

I would like to encourage you to expand the reach of search to more jurisdiction like, Russia, Israel, Australia or New Zealand. It would be more useful to searchers like me. :)

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