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Patent Research: The Importance of Normalizing Patent Data


Patent Research: The Importance of Normalizing Patent Data

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In a previous article, we looked at the importance of normalizing publication, application and priority numbers and dates in bibliographic patent data, now let’s look at the issues database vendors and, hence, users face when working the various names, classes and other data elements found on the first page of the patent document. Most patent […]

A Closer Look at Patent PDFs in LexisNexis® TotalPatent®

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These days, most patent researchers expect patent information providers to provide access to PDF patent documents. Doing anything less seems laggardly. For many years now, patent PDFs have been downloadable for free from services like Google Patents and Espacenet. The opening up of Adobe PDF as an ISO standard has also made it easier and cheaper for individuals to create their own searchable, bookmarked PDF documents.

HTTPS For Patent Research Resources: 4 Key Questions To Ask

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In a recent article, we discussed why patent researchers should use HTTPS as much as possible when using the web to do sensitive research.

Looking For LexisNexis TotalPatent Reviews and Articles?

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Are you considering LexisNexis® TotalPatent® as a potential patent research platform? Are you scouring the Internet looking for product reviews?

The Value of Content in Your Patent Research Tool

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A century ago, the population of the United States was 100 million. By 2006, there were 100 million websites on the Internet. And astronomers believe that there are about 100 million planets in our galaxy that could support life. Any way you look at it, 100 million is a pretty big number.

Evaluating Patent Research Tools: A Framework

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Patent research applications are intricate tools, repositories of complex information with legal implications. They can be used to inform high-stakes decisions, and can take time to learn and utilize with proficiency and insight. Good tools with value-added features generally require some investment of both time and money. Moreover, they are often tools that we choose […]