• Patent Grant Data/XML (2001 - Present)

    Updated: Jan 12, 2014

    Contains the full text, images/drawings, and complex work units (tables, mathematical expressions, chemical structures, and genetic sequence data) of each patent grant issued weekly (Tuesdays) from January 2, 2001 to Present. The file formats are Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) in accordance with the U.S. Patent Grant Version 2.4 Document Type Definition (DTD) and eXtensible Markup Language (XML) in accordance with the U.S. Patent Grant Version 2.5; 4.0 International Common Element (ICE); 4.1 ICE; 4.2 ICE; 4.3 ICE; and 4.4 ICE Document Type Definitions (DTDs). Tables and sequence data are included using CALS markup. Mathematical expressions are included using MATHML markup and external Mathematica Notebook (NB) files. Chemical structures are represented by external CambridgeSoft Corp. ChemDraw (CDX) files and MDL Information Systems (MOL) files. Drawings, mathematical expressions, and chemical structures are also included as external Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) Revision 6.0 with CCITT Group 4 Compression image files. Each weekly file contains approximately 4,000 patent grants. There can be an optional weekly Supplemental zipfile that contains lengthy genetic sequence listings (anything over 300 pages) or a lengthy tables (anything over 200 pages). Approximately 836 MB per week.

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    About this Dataset

    Resource Type Dataset
    Metadata Date 07/16/2013
    Metadata Created Date Jul 20, 2013
    Metadata Updated Date Jan 12, 2014
    Reference Date(s) 01/02/2001 - Present
    Responsible Party Unknown
    Contact Email
    Access Level public
    Data Dictionary http://www.uspto.gov/products/xml-resources.jsp
    Data Quality TRUE
    Frequency Of Update Weekly (Tuesday)
    Granularity City, State, Zipcode, Country
    Issued 01/02/2001
    Metadata Source dms
    References http://www.uspto.gov/products/xml-resources.jsp
    Spatial Text Mailing Address
    Theme Section 15. Business Enterprise

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