Using IBM's Many Eyes for Generating Valuable Patent Analytics Insights
Tony Trippe (Patinformatics, USA)
PAIR (Patent Application Information Retrieval) is the US Patent and Trademark Office's Registry system for sharing information on the prosecution of patent applications. The information contained in the system can be used to research patent documents to determine their value. In this presentation a tab by tab walk-through of the site will be provided. Specific sections and pieces of data provided on the site will be highlighted and their role in determining the potential value of a patent document will be explained. In addition a means for collecting, organizing and presenting a summary of Public PAIR data, provided by Google, will be discussed.