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STN® AnaVist™, Version 2.0, Offers Access to both CAPplus and DWPI Patent Data with Enhanced Analysis Capabilities

17. September 2007

The new version of STN AnaVist (2.0) analyzes content from Derwent World Patents Index® (DWPI).

New version provides powerful customization for interactive analysis and visualization of patent trends
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society (ACS), and FIZ Karlsruhe announce a new and more powerful version of STN AnaVist analysis and visualization software. The newest version features Derwent World Patents Index® (DWPI), complementing the extensive patent content of CAplus, along with new developments in functionality that address customers' most requested enhancements. DWPI from Thomson Scientific is the world renowned database of value-added patent information.

STN AnaVist works with STN Express®, Version 8.2, to analyze content from STN®, the premier online service for science and technology. Now, in addition to analyzing search results from the multidisciplinary CAplus database and the patent databases USPATFULL and PCTFULL, the new version of STN AnaVist analyzes content from Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI), a database providing information on patent publications from the 41 most important patent-issuing authorities of the world.

“With the new AnaVist 2.0, STN has further strengthened its leadership in patent-related information,” said Christine McCue, CAS Vice President, Marketing. “The integration of STN AnaVist with STN Express, Version 8.2, offers impressive searching capabilities coupled with a swift, seamless transition to analysis and visualization.  Our new options for customization greatly enhance the user's view of the Research Landscape." 

“The addition of DWPI with its comprehensive coverage of all technology areas coupled with CAplus provides a wealth of patent information. STN AnaVist is now the only platform that permits analysis and visualization of both CAplus and DWPI search results, with content processed by STN® for optimal visualization,” said Rainer Stuike-Prill, FIZ Karlsruhe Vice President, Marketing and Sales.

STN AnaVist, Version 2.0, enhancements enable users to:

  • Examine the Research Landscape from user’s point-of-view
    Take advantage of new clustering fields, including Technology Indicators, Exemplary/First Claim, All Claims, and International Patent Classification (IPC) Codes, and customize visualization using combinations of text fields.
  • Gain a more complete understanding of the Research Landscape
    Create a variety of new bar charts based on DWPI Class, DWPI Manual Codes, Labels, and Patent Country Codes/Kind Codes.
  • Perform comparative analysis with ease
    Use new document highlighting features and up to eight highlighting colors at once to compare multiple data sets.
  • Enhance your document management
    Create new custom labels and apply at any time to individual documents or document sets.
  • Pinpoint the research of your competitors and customers
    Enhance the view of the Research Landscape with new 2D displays with white or black backgrounds.

About STN
STN is the premier online database service providing global access to published research, journal literature, patents, structures, sequences, properties, and other data.  Offering a suite of products, STN is operated jointly by CAS and FIZ Karlsruhe worldwide and is represented in Japan by JAICI (Japan Association for International Chemical Information).

About FIZ Karlsruhe
FIZ Karlsruhe is an experienced service partner for information transfer and knowledge management in science and industry. Its activities focus on the development of E-Science® services and the provision of a worldwide unique collection of databases through its online service STN International. For thirty years, FIZ Karlsruhe has been offering its high-quality, value-added information services to scientists from all over the world involved in academic and industrial R&D, as well as to decision makers in business and administration. In cooperation with national and international institutions, FIZ Karlsruhe produces and provides databases in various fields of science and technology, including the most distinguished patent files.

About CAS
CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society, is based in Columbus, Ohio and employs more than 1,400 worldwide. CAS provides the world’s largest and most current collection of chemical and related scientific information, including the most authoritative database of chemical substances, the CAS REGISTRYSM. CAS combines these databases with advanced search and analysis technologies to deliver the most complete, cross-linked and effective digital information environment for scientific research and discovery, including such products as SciFinder®, SciFinder Scholar™, STN®, STN Express®, STN® Viewer™, and STN® AnaVist™, among others. For more information, visit www.cas.org.