Patentscope offers a full text search service with full-text search options. Its features include Search and Download, Cross-Language search, Predefined fields, Limitations, and more. This tool is designed to help you search for patents based on the terms you enter. It also allows you to download search results in a spreadsheet or CSV file. Its user-friendly interface makes it easy to navigate and use. It is free to use and available to all users, including patent attorneys.
The Patentscope Cross-Language Search tool allows users to perform cross-language searches within their database. To access this feature, simply choose the option from the pull-down menu under ‘Advanced Search’. Then enter your search terms in the appropriate language. If you’re unsure which language to use, you can also choose to expand your search automatically or manually. The tool will also provide synonyms for your search terms.
The Cross-Lingual Information Retrieval (CLIR) system provides multiple linguistic expansion, allowing you to search in 13 different languages. The system searches for synonyms and variants of the phrase, and then automatically translates the results into the other languages. It then converts the translated results into search equations within the patent database. The WIPO has rated the quality of dictionary backing translations in patent scope as excellent or good in Chinese, English, French, Korean, Spanish, and Russian.
A cross-language search system may use the local entity list that is generated by another system. This can be advantageous in that it eliminates the need to search for foreign entities separately. In the case of a patent, this method can reduce the amount of time that is spent searching for patents. By allowing users to translate their patent search query into multiple languages, Patentscope provides more accurate and useful results. This system is also able to find local entities that correspond to their query.
Find Relevant Documents
The Patentscope Cross-Language Search tool is an excellent way to find relevant documents for your patent application. In addition, it can search web pages in a second language and provide IR scores that correspond to them. If you’re not familiar with patent law, the Patentscope system will translate your query for you. However, this method is not perfect and requires confidence in the translation. If your translation is not up to par, you should hire a patent attorney to help you.
The Patentscope Cross-Language Search uses the patentability database to identify the most relevant patent documents. The patent data index will then store the relevant documents for your search query. The search results can be categorized by entity associated with the first and second languages. These search results may include lists of web page titles, extracts of text, or hypertext links to the web pages. The result will be presented in the form of a search results page.
If you’re looking for a specific fragment or chemical compound, Patentscope’s crosslingual search feature can be the answer. In this feature, you can input search terms in any language, and then Patentscope will search for matching records in all of those languages. If you want to narrow your search even further, you can select supervised or automatic expansion. To get started, simply select the relevant input type. This way, you can refine your search according to the language used.
You can also use the proximity operator to search for a term that is close to the other one. You can specify a distance of NEAR4, NEAR100, or NEAR4. It’s useful if you don’t know the exact wording of the description you’re looking for. By using the proximity operator, you can narrow your search to documents that have surgical instruments in them. As long as you’re logged in to Patentscope, you can download up to 10,000 records at a time. After that, the data will download as an Excel file.
The search interface allows you to enter keywords, Boolean expressions, or other search terms. You can also select collections to narrow down your search. The search interface includes a Help menu and 11 languages. It also includes field definitions. If you’re not sure which fields to enter, Patentscope can help you. It also has a comprehensive list of Boolean expressions. You can also use the search interface’s Advanced Search to refine your search.
When searching for a specific patent, you can find a list of matches using the Patentscope search feature. The search function is easy and fast, and you’ll be able to access up to 10,000 records in less than a minute. Patentscope also offers a User’s Guide, videos, and periodic webinars. It’s a great tool for anyone who wants to research patents. It can help you find information that’s useful in your search.
Patentscope is a public access database that includes patents and PCT applications from the WIPO, European Patent Office, USPTO, and Japan. It contains more than 50 million patent documents and 2.8 million PCT applications. This article describes its features, limitations, and how to use it to improve your patent analytics. It’s available on the WIPO Analytics Github page. You can also download individual records. However, you should understand that it is not perfect and should be used with caution.
The first step to download data from Patentscope is to create a free account. After creating an account, you will have access to a wide range of information. Patentscope CLIR is a cross-lingual information retrieval tool, but you’ll need to register for a free account to use it. You’ll need to select the language you want to search in and type a search term into the fields provided.
In addition to search results, Patentscope also has a search function called Chemical Compounds Search. This function will allow you to search for the chemical structure of any given invention. You can also use the WIPO Pearl tool to identify concepts that appear in patent applications. Once you’ve registered, you can download up to 10,000 records at a time. The data will be downloaded in Excel format. The process is simple. You can use patentscope’s help videos to learn more about the program and how to get the most out of it.
Using Patentscope’s advanced search feature is simple and straightforward. It has an 8-field search interface with various options. To narrow down your search, enter keywords, Boolean expressions, and field codes. You can also select collections by clicking on the + button, and then click on the ‘Expand query’ option to widen your search. The search interface also suggests related terms and synonyms. The search results will be returned based on the search terms you enter.
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