E-book on Patent Searching by PatSeer

Second Edition of Guide to Practical Patent Searching and how to use PatSeer for Patent Search and Analysis Gridlogics Technologies today announces the launch of second edition of its popular free e-book ‘Guide to Practical Patent Searching and how to use PatSeer for Patent Search and Analysis’, this e-book is built upon the [...]

By | October 20th, 2016|E-book, E-book on Patent Searching|Comments Off on E-book on Patent Searching by PatSeer

PatSeer Search Recall™

PatSeer Search Recall™ - Don’t review the same record twice! When searching for patents, there are always noise patents that show up in your search query. Even after multiple iterations of your keyword search, there will be a few records that are found to be irrelevant after reading through their text. The [...]

By | June 13th, 2016|Patent Search, PatSeer Search Recall™|Comments Off on PatSeer Search Recall™

Technology Insight Report : Nano Fuel Additives

This report covers patent analysis on types and applications of nano fuel additives, its research momentum and key intellectual property indicators. There is considerable difference between the Chinese and US share in application and patents. Chinese applicants accounted for the largest number of patents filed throughout the world. Only 5 (CN, US, JP, WO, EP) [...]

By | December 10th, 2014|Patent Analysis, Patent Database, Patent Research, Patent Search|Comments Off on Technology Insight Report : Nano Fuel Additives

PatSeer – A true “hybrid” global patent database

While a lot of focus among patent database is being given to newer analytic techniques, legal status analysis and newer types of visualizations, not much of innovation has happened in how a database chooses which record to display from the result set, a step that is critical for many types of patent projects except perhaps [...]

By | March 25th, 2014|Patent Search|Comments Off on PatSeer – A true “hybrid” global patent database

Searching Company portfolios in PatSeer – Best Practices for using USPTO Reassignments data and Corporate Tree

When building a set of all records held by a company, a searcher is faced with multiple challenges such as non-standardized Assignee names, Missing data on current ownership of records, Patents held by subsidiary companies or holding entities whose names are entirely different form the operating name and finally Blank Assignees (Unassigned applications). Simply searching [...]

By | September 24th, 2013|Patent Research, Patent Search|Comments Off on Searching Company portfolios in PatSeer – Best Practices for using USPTO Reassignments data and Corporate Tree

Now searching gets familiar in PatSeer!

In an earlier blog post Searching gets serious in PatSeer we spoke about how professional searchers forced us to make many serious improvements to the search techniques. This time again we have been asked to push our boundaries and make our search syntax parallel existing systems so that the learning curve for a professional patent searcher is close to none [...]

By | May 23rd, 2013|Patent Search, PatSeer - New Feature|Comments Off on Now searching gets familiar in PatSeer!

Searching gets serious in PatSeer

When we launched PatSeer in April 2012 we thought we had worked out the search tools and capabilities completely since the syntax supported Boolean, wildcards, fuzzy, proximity, range and term boosting queries. Well this was until professional (and novice) searchers took on PatSeer and drove us back to the drawing board with their feature demands. [...]

By | January 10th, 2013|Patent Search|Comments Off on Searching gets serious in PatSeer

First-of-its-kind Transparent Multi-lingual Stemming in PatSeer

Stemming for patent search is helpful but can be a black box at times with the user not sure whether the stem is correctly being applied or not. If a database is stemming words at index time, there can be chances of false positives also appearing in the results. The most important thing to keep [...]

By | December 13th, 2012|Patent Research, Patent Search|Comments Off on First-of-its-kind Transparent Multi-lingual Stemming in PatSeer