About the Analytics Excellence Webinar Series
For this complimentary webinar series, we have pooled together patent analytics experts and managers from the Schwegman firm, Black Hills IP, and their respective clients to help educate on key patent analytics challenges and share best practices on how to overcome them. Each of the Analytics Excellence webinars will provide a 30 minute panel discussion followed by a collaborative Q&A session.
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Patent count analytics are a staple of patent analytics. This program explains the nuances of these analytics and the strengths and weaknesses of each. Attendees of this program will learn how to perform all the basic types of patent count analytics, and the value of each type.
An important dimension of patent analytics relates to geographic patent distribution. This program will explain the strengths and limitations of various types of geographic analytics. Attendees of this program will learn how to generate geographic patent analytics and the value of each type.
Citation count analytics are another mainstay of patent analytics. There are a number of nuances to these analytics, and this program will discuss and compare and contrast them. Attendees will learn how to generate various types of patent count analytics, and the strengths and weaknesses of each.
Patent family and file history analytics can provide a wealth of analytics information. This program will explain how they work and their value. Attendees will learn about these analytics and how to generate them.
Ownership transfer analytics can reveal a great deal of information about the strategic needs and perceptions of a company. This program will explain how to execute these analytics and the insight to be gained from them. Attendees will learn about the value of these analytics, how to perform the analysis required for these, and how to present the results.
Another hidden gem of patent analytics is the category of prosecution analytics. This program will show the various forms of these analytics and how they can be used to analyze prosecution effectiveness and efficiency. Attendees will learn about the various types of these analytics, how to generate them, and how to interpret them.
Prior art and white space analytics are a lesser known analytics discipline, but are very powerful when executed correctly. This program will discuss these and how they are prepared. Attendees of this presentation will learn how to perform prior art and white space analytics, and how to interpret the results.