Monday, November 07, 2016

Rukovoditel – Best Project Management System



I am in the area of outsourcing business and have to manage many projects and large team of varying roles and responsibility. Project & team management which was one the core part of my KRA and to streamline the project I was in a hunt of good project management tool. After spending lots of time and efforts and testing many sources both open source and commercial one, few days back I found Rukovoditel

At first it looks very simple and I discarded, after few days back I studied about it and tested it thoroughly. It’s really imaging!

I can say is the best system for project management, I like the kind of customization and flexibility it provides. It’s like you get a system and you can customize it based on your needs at any extent. 

Another best thing about it that, you can use it as CRM system as well. Its up to your imagination!!

I highly recommend this to all, just try once, I am sure you will love it.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Top Incurable Diseases

In today's modern world, it is common to hear about diseases that you'd never heard a decade ago. A number of these newly discovered diseases are well understood and treated, but many others are still incurable. Some of them are lethal, while others are not. Still, they've been affecting the way people live today. Here's a bit more about some horrible and even life-threatening diseases.
1 Schizophrenia
2 Ebola
3 Polio
4 Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
5 Diabetes
6 AIDS
7 Asthma
8 Cancer
9 Progeria
 Source:http://www.enkivillage.com/incurable-diseases.html

Clean Tech Patent Discovery Tool

The Fung Institute is developing several tools to aid in the discovery of patents around a common technology or application. Leveraging advances in machine learning and automated content analysis, the Patent Discovery Project scans a set of hand-coded “training patents” and then finds a range of similar patents based on the similarity of patent abstracts and patent claims. These tools can be used by researchers to identify a broad population of patents for study from a smaller set of known cases, significantly reducing the search time of researchers in finding related patents.

The first application of the Patent Discovery Project is a tool that investigates the emergence of Clean Technologies in the U.S. Patent data. After identifying patents (as described above), the exploration tool below  allows users to filter through and browse patents by cluster, technology, and type of patent assignee.

Clean Tech Patent Discovery Tool

Quantalyze - Interesting Patent Tool

quantalyze is a data analytics tech­nology specializing in quan­tity recognition, unit con­version and range searching. It analyzes do­cument full text and complete table content. Searchers are em­powered to locate the deep value in a given data set that could not pre­viously be found.

Quantalyze annotation component
  1. Units: Detects and annotates over 10,000 different units in your documents. Units are associated with context (melting point, boiling point, etc.)
  2. Numeric Ranges :Detects individual numbers or numeric ranges, whether digits or text and associates them with the appropriate unit. Even open intervals are found easily.
  3. Unit Conversion:Performs automatic unit conversions, e.g., a search for Fahrenheit includes all Celsius and Fahrenheit results.
  4. Table Semantics:Understands the semantics of tables and enables searching all its content.
Its a must to try tool.


 

 

Patent Co-Inventor Network Visualization Tool


Patent Co-Inventor Network Visualization Tool enable us to visualize a particular type of connection among inventors: those who have filed a patent together, and therefore have worked closely together on at least one project. There are a number of reasons this could be useful:
  • You might want to know which companies were major players in a technological field, in an intuitive, visual way.
  • You might start with an inventor and want to know who she collaborated with at an important juncture in her career. Was she a loner? Immersed in a dense web of inventors working on similar topics? At the periphery of the field, or a key figure connecting several networks?
  • You might be curious about ways that a field (or inventor's career) changed over time. Comparing several social networks representing different periods can visualize these changes.
The goal is to be able to see around a given technological field in an intuitive way, quickly and easily.

Source:http://douglasoreagan.com/socialnetwork/userguide.php

Octimine - Free Semantic Patent Search & Analysis

Octimine Tool is very useful in identifying most similar patents

Enter any free text (e.g. Wikipedia article, invention´s description, scientific publication) or the publication number of a patent and retrieve high quality results. In only a few seconds, the top most similar documents will be clearly presented and ranked by relevance so that patent researches get a very quick impression about the requested patent activity. Export your result in CSV, Excel or PDF and easily share them with your colleagues for a better coordination.
Take a look at our tutorial video! Source: https://www.octimine.com/

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Turn A Browser Window Into a Notepad

Taking note is always done through Notepad, Today found an alternative and though to share with our readers. You can now turn your Browser Window into a Notepad and its really very simple. This trick works inmost modern browser. If you want to get a blank notepad to type in a quick note, just type this into the address bar (or add a bookmark):

For formatted Notepad use this:
HTML link code:
 
You'll get a blank page where you can type in text easily. Click on me for more such tricks.

Monday, April 18, 2016

USPTO Launches New Global Dossier Service

USPTO has recently launched Global Dossier, Dossier Access is a user-friendly online interface, which will make it easier for patent applicants to quickly and easily view, monitor, and manage intellectual property (IP) protection around the world by providing access to the dossiers of related applications filed at participating offices.

Global Dossier is a project being delivered by the IP5 Offices (link is external). The IP5 is made up of: The European Patent Office (EPO), Japan Patent Office (JPO), Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO), the State Intellectual Property Office of the People's Republic of China (SIPO), and the USPTO.

The public can access the website through: http://uspto-globaldossier.ideascale.com/ (link is external).
 

Friday, April 15, 2016

Principal Component Analysis (PCA)



Principal Component Analysis (PCA) is used to explain the variance-covariance structure of a set of variables through linear combinations of those variables. PCA is thus often used as a technique for reducing dimensionality.
There are two primary reasons for using PCA:
  • Data Reduction
    PCA is most commonly used to condense the information contained in a large number of original variables into a smaller set of new composite variables or dimensions, at the same time ensuring a minimum loss of information.
  • Interpretation
    PCA can be used to discover important features of a large data set. It often reveals relationships that were previously unsuspected, thereby allowing interpretations of the data that may not be concluded from ordinary examination of the data. PCA is typically used as an intermediate step in data analysis when the number of input variables is otherwise too large to perform useful analysis.




Medicines Patent Pool’s

The Medicines Patent Pool’s patent database (http://www.medicinespatentpool.org/patent-data/patent-status-of-arvs/) provides information on the patent status of selected HIV medicines in low- and middle-income countries. It enables users to search by country/region and by medicine to obtain information on the key patents relating to each medicine. Wherever a patent has been applied for or granted in a given jurisdiction, the relevant patent number is also provided if available. The database is periodically updated to add new medicines and countries, and as the MPP receives new data.