Juristat Platform provides detailed application searching options in tandem with the ability to perform customized analysis on your application portfolio, run fast business intelligence analytics on any set of search results, and more.
The first time you access Platform, you'll be prompted to set a default view by selecting either a firm or assignee whose applications you'd like to view and (optionally) a USPTO registration number.
You'll then be prompted to select the fields you'd like to view and their ordering. This will be the default information you'll see about each application in your search results when you use Platform's "table view" feature.
Now that we've set our default view, we'll explore some of the advanced features of Juristat Platform.
By selecting the "table view" of your default applications or any set of search results, you have access to an unmatched level of information about each application.
To access "table view", click the icon in the upper right corner of your search results.
Once you've selected table view, you'll see your applications displayed as rows, with the default columns you selected during setup.
From here, you can sort your applications by many of the available fields to see, for example, which applications have had the most office actions, which have had the most RCEs filed, or when the most recent extension was filed. A full list of the fields and descriptions is available here.
From table view, you can also export your table to a .csv file (up to 1,000 applications). Just click the export button in the upper right corner.
Juristat Platform also provides the ability to view analytics about any set of applications in your search results. Click over to the "Charts View" to get information like allowance rates by technology center, filings per year, number of extensions requested per year, and more.
Customize your charts view by clicking the "Edit Charts" button in the upper right corner and selecting the graphs you'd like to see and the order in which you'd like them to appear.
If you want to dig in to the file history, claims, or other details of an application, you can select the "card view" to see some additional detail.
Click any of the applications to go to an application report. From there, you can select what information you'd like to see in each of the three panels.
While the above is a brief overview of what Platform has to offer, there are myriad ways to use the information, search for applications, and create narratives with the data you can access. Once you've mastered the basics, you can use Platform's powerful capabilities to:
- Create custom reports
- Use examiner statistics to respond to office actions
- Gain valuable competitive intelligence insights
- Conduct nuanced application searches
If you have any questions or need help, please don't hesitate to chat with us, contact us via email, or schedule a 1:1 training.