Octimine

Summary
Provider

Dennemeyer Octimine

Fee
Free
ASPI
No
Database description

Octimine offers various ways to search for patents:
• Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven semantic search to find textually similar documents fast without confronting any IPC/CPC-related restraints, to make sure you do not miss misclassified documents.
• Boolean search to combine keywords with e.g. IPC/CPC codes or time-constraints.
• Citation search to see developments in the immediate environment around a single patent document.

Highlights
Search results
Similarity search
Cooperative Patent Classification
Coverage URL
https://app.octimine.com/help
Coverage
Patent Collections
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Interfaces
Language
English
General search tools
General search tools
Search history queries
Semantic search
Similarity search
Biological and chemical search tools
Biological and chemical search tools

Biological and chemical searches are possible through semantic search.

Classification
Classifications
Cooperative Patent Classification
International Patent Classification
Value-added data
Value added data
Standardized applicant names
Patent family data
Patent family data
Extended
Simple

Grouping patents by DOCDB family number

Index lists
Index lists
Applicant name
Invention text
Results
Results type
Annotation
Flagging
Keyword in context (KWIC) highlighting
Machine translation
Sorting by relevance
Translated titles and/or abstracts
Analysis
Analysis data
Applicant and/or inventor
Citation
Classification
Dates
Invention text
Analysis
Graphical
Statistical

Interactive charts that let user easily navigate results

Alerts
Alerts
Search results

It can be done through the Octimine monitoring software.

Data export
Data Export
Bibliographic data
Citations
Classification
Description and/or claims
Title and/or abstract

Exports are possible as PDF, XLSX or CSV files

Collaboration tools
Collaboration tools
Shared workfiles
Operators
General operators
Boolean (AND, OR, NOT, XOR)
Comparison (e.g. >, =<)
Truncation
Center truncation
Left truncation
Right truncation
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