Extracting Chemical Information with Chemical Explorer


Minesoft’s Rob Poolman discusses how Chemical Explorer can solve the challenges of working with chemical patent information in an article just published on LinkedIn.

Read the article here.

Chemical Explorer, launched at the end of 2015 by Minesoft, aims to open up the world of patent chemistry to a wider audience. Discover a more convenient method to locate chemicals buried in the text of a patent with the first web-based full text chemical structure search tool available. Chemical explorer uses data-mining technology to instantly retrieve chemical compounds from the full text of millions of documents so that you can start reviewing results in seconds! Covering leading patent authorities which publish in English, French, German, Japanese, Chinese and Korean languages, with over 12 million unique chemical compounds mined from over 10 million patent documents. Minesoft Chemical Explorer is optimizing the way we search for and locate chemical compounds in patent documents.

More information about Minesoft Chemical Explorer can be found here.