IPGOD

Summary
Database package

Patent-application.csv
Patent-application-classification.csv
Patent-application-description.csv
Paten-application-events.csv
Patent-application-links.csv
Patent-party-activity.csv

Provider

IP Australia via data.gov.au

Fee
Free
ASPI
No
Database description

Intellectual Property Government Open Data (IPGOD)—is a publicly available data set that provides access to over 100 years of information from IP Australia on IP rights applications. By providing a ‘one-stop shop’ for administrative data, it allows you to research the classification of IP rights, linkages between Australian and international IP rights, and the history of IP transfers and exchanges across time.

A detailed data dictionary is available with the data download. IP Australia is the official patent registrar for Australia. Data.gov.au is the Australian Government’s central website for public data.

IPGOD is a supply of raw data for users to ingest into their own search and analysis systems. It includes linkage for owners of patents across different applications and historical records of ownership transfer. It also includes records of process events in the lifecycle of the patent.

Highlights
International Patent Classification
Coverage URL
https://data.gov.au/data/dataset/ipgod2021
Coverage
Patent Collections
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Interfaces
Language
English
Value-added data
Value added data
Standardized applicant names
Standardized ID numbers

IPGOD contains information about applicants, classification records and dates in the lifecycle of an application.
IPGOD includes applicant ID numbers and some name standardization.

Analysis
Analysis data
Applicant and/or inventor
Classification
Dates
Non-patent data

IPGOD includes information about patents, designs, trademarks and plant breeder’s rights.

Bibliographic data – At least one of the following is available: publication number, filing number, grant number, publication date, filing date, grant date, applicant name, assignee name, inventor name, patent classification.
Partial text – At least one of the following (but not all) are available: title, abstract, description, claims.
Full text – All of the following are available (where applicable for the given jurisdiction): description, claims