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Deborah Stine | Jan, 26 2017

 

Research-Patent Pairs

 
Greetings,
                Is anyone aware of a database that matches research journal articles to the related patent?  Ideally with the text of each?  Or research work done in this area?
 
Thanks!

Debbie
 

Deborah D. Stine, PhD

Professor of the Practice, Engineering and Public Policy Department 

Associate Director for Policy Outreach, Scott Institute for Energy Innovation

 

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Éric Archambault | Jan, 26 2017

 

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Deborah
 
The reference in this area is the work carried out by Fran Narin at CHI Research. He did pioneering work on linking the non-patent references listed in patents to scholarly paper.
There are comparatively few organizations doing this today, we do it at Science-Metrix and it is part of the work we carry out for the bibliometrics section of the Science and Engineering Indicators that we produce jointly with SRI for the NSF.
 
In Europe, researchers at the University of Leuven also have that kind of linking between patent databases and bibliographic databases.
 
Another way data are linked is through citations to patents in scholarly papers, which is not as challenging (because it is easier to match patents as their numbers are usually part
of the references).
 
Good luck with your research.
 
Éric
 
 

Ravi Gupta | Jan, 26 2017

 

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You may want to reach out to Alan Porter. His firm Search technology Inc. , I believe, works on this Sincerely,Ravi Guptahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ravi-gupta-5ba8a9 Cell: 773-263-1779Skype: rgupta213Email: rgupta8@Uchicago.edu CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail message is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure, or distribution is prohibited.  If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the original message. If you are the intended recipient but do not wish to receive communications through this medium, please so advise the sender immediately. 

Heisey, Paul - ERS | Jan, 27 2017

 

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This is not a database, but a research article that explores the concept.
 

Zachary Brown | Jan, 27 2017

 

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The Micro-datalab in the OECD STI Directorate has engaged in a significant effort to link Scopus with Patstat. Here's a brochure that briefly mentions that work. This example working paper on wind power in OECD's iLibrary demonstrates use of such a database. As I understand it, accessing that database requires arranging a visit to OECD in Paris. I know they were linking non-patent citations between Patstat and Scopus, but I don't recall whether they were constructing article-patent pairs. Wouldn't surprise me though. (Someone from OECD on this listserv might jump in to reply to my email ... ?)-ZackOn Jan 26, 2017 9:08 PM, "Deborah Stine" <dstine@andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:

 
Greetings,
                Is anyone aware of a database that matches research journal articles to the related patent?  Ideally with the text of each?  Or research work done in this area?
 
Thanks!

Debbie
 

Deborah D. Stine, PhD

Professor of the Practice, Engineering and Public Policy Department 

Associate Director for Policy Outreach, Scott Institute for Energy Innovation

 

Carnegie Mellon University
Scott Hall 5119 (office)

Scott Hall 5th Floor (mail)

5000 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15213-4640

 

Email: dstine@andrew.cmu.edu

Phone: 412-268-4640

Fax: 412-268-3757 

 

Personal Webpage: http://www.cmu.edu/epp/people/faculty/deborah-stine.html

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joshua.schnell@THOMSONREUTERS.COM | Jan, 27 2017

 

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Hi Debbie,

 
We have a match file between patents in the Derwent World Patent Index and Web of Science. It includes WOS documents found in the non-patent literature fields of a patent, as well as Derwent
patents that are cited in the references of scholarly literature indexed in WOS. 

 
Get in touch with me if you’d like to know more about this data set.

 
Best,
Josh

 
 
Joshua Schnell, PhD

Director, Government & Academia  |  Clarivate Analytics
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Loet Leydesdorff | Jan, 27 2017

 

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Dear Deborah,  You can use the software at http://www.leydesdorff.net/software/patentmaps for USPTO data. It generates among other things, a file litref.dbf containing the non-patent literature references that can be used for further parsing. Best,Loet Loet Leydesdorff Professor, University of AmsterdamAmsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR)loet@leydesdorff.net ; http://www.leydesdorff.net/ Associate Faculty, SPRU, University of Sussex; Guest Professor Zhejiang Univ., Hangzhou; Visiting Professor, ISTIC, Beijing;Visiting Fellow, Birkbeck, University of London; http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ych9gNYAAAAJ&hl=en 

Marco, Alan | Jan, 27 2017

 

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All---I provided this source to Debbie directly, and she suggested that there might be broader interest (I’m new to the list).
 
www.lens.org has done great work parsing and linking non-patent literature citations, and also disambiguating author/inventor names. Where possible, they provide
hyperlinks from NPL to articles or abstracts.
 
It’s freely accessible on the web, and I believe that they have an API that they provide to researchers free of charge.

 
They’ve also done great work linking patents, papers, and gene sequences (PatSeq).

 

Alan C. Marco
Chief Economist
US Patent and Trademark Office
571-272-6900
www.uspto.gov/economics