London, Tuesday 19 January 2016: Minesoft’s new Chemical Explorer text-mining database is seamlessly linked with PatBase Express, offering easy, new access across the corporation to chemical information in patents and an original way of locating and reviewing relevant documents.
Chemical Explorer uses unique, advanced data-mining technology and software to extract and index chemical entities disclosed within the full text of both English language and non-Latin patent documents. Chemical Explorer, launched November 2015, allows users to instantly retrieve chemical compounds from over 10 million US & international full text patent documents by drawing chemical structures, importing structures or by entering chemical terminology. Currently containing over 12 million unique chemical compounds, the database is updated daily as new patents publish, ensuring searchers access the most current data.
Retrieve chemical compounds identified in patent documents with Minesoft Chemical Explorer
The latest integration capability with PatBase Express – the global, searchable patent database specially designed for use across the entire corporation – enables patent documents identified by Chemical Explorer to be viewed for relevance and the area of interest can be further analysed in PatBase Express using PatBase Analytics.
Identify top assignees and other trends in chemical patents extracted from Chemical Explorer using Analytics software in PatBase Express
Taking advantage of the flexible search capabilities and powerful Analytics software available in PatBase Express, as well as the integrated TextMine Viewer introduced for in-depth review of thematic patent full text, researchers can now fully exploit the wealth of information that Minesoft is mining from chemical patent literature.
For more information about Chemical Explorer, contact Minesoft on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44(0)2084040651. Or go to http://minesoft.com/chemical-structure-searching/ and register for a free trial.
A PDF of this Press Release is available here: ChemEx in Express PR Jan 2016 final