Exporting Search Results

You can easily export a .csv file containing additional details about applications appearing in your search results (up to 1,000) using the export button.

 The Export button is located at the top right of your search results.

The Export button is located at the top right of your search results.

Once you've clicked the Export button, you'll receive a notification that your .csv is being prepared. When your .csv is ready to download, you'll receive both an in-app notification and an email with a link to download your .csv. Note that the email link to your .csv will expire in 24 hours.

csv notification

 

Juristat Tip: If you have more than 1,000 search results that you'd like to export, you can use the filing date filter to break your search results into segments of 1,000 applications or less. Once those segments have been exported, you can then combine them using Microsoft Excel or any other spreadsheet software to view the data as one spreadsheet.

 

What's included in the Export?

You'll notice that the .csv exports provide additional details about each application. Additional information about each application includes: 

  • Continuation/CIP Status
  • Current Assignee, First Assignee, and Assignee at Disposition
  • Current Firm, First Firm, and Firm at Disposition
  • Number of Office Actions
  • Number of RCEs
  • Number of Amendments
  • Number of Appeals
  • Number of Forward Citations
  • Number of Independent and Dependent Claims

 

What's the benefit of exporting my results?

Exporting Juristat Search results allows you to get additional details about the applications in your results and allows you to perform custom sorting and filtering using your own spreadsheet software.

For example, using your spreadsheet software, you can sort your results by number of RCEs filed or number of appeals to find out which applications had lengthy prosecution histories, or find out which applications have had the most forward citations.

 

Need more help? Contact us, schedule a training, or head back to our help center.

 

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