New citing patents chart for individual scholarly works, new first or last author filter toggle and more!
- On the article summary page for individual scholarly works, you can now view both the citing patents and citing scholarly works in the time series chart.
- New first/last author toggle in the Author sidebar filter in the search results page.
- Added search functionality to the Biologicals patent facet on the homepage.
- Improved sidebar filter UX on mobile.
Additional minor changes (user feedback):
- Return to previous page after login.
- New Q&A in "What Users Asked This Month".
- Added show less option when the author's list is expanded on individual scholarly works.
- Import chart config when viewing an existing dashboard.
- Icons missing on popup messages in PatSeq explorer.
- Fix jurisdiction filter styling in PatSeq Finder.
- CORE identifier linkouts restored.
- API access plan renewal button was visible after submitting a renewal request.
- Improved error handling of failed exports.
- Reinstated the latest update date on the structured search page.
- Fix export for filtered data in PatCite.
API & Data Improvements:
- Refactored the API access module and server to make the API more resilient.
- Updated the CPC classification schema to the latest version (2020.01).
- Public examples of bulk data dumps for metadata associated with patents and scholarly works from MIT:
- MIT scholarly works (1950-2018) [372 MB]
- MIT scholarly works cited by patents (1950-2018) [79MB]
- MIT Citing Patents [3.9 GB]
- MIT Citing Patents collection (online)
- MIT Patents [300 MB]
- MIT Patents collection (online)
- Added citation data from the latest release of OpenCitations Index of Crossref open DOI-to-DOI citations (COCI, most recent update: 21 January 2020).
Interested in helping us improve?
- Become a Lens partner! Find out what features or Lens functionality would make your work more effective and let us have a chat. You have an opportunity to contribute to this public good resource.
- We are also grateful for your feedback. In this release, we are pleased to share a few blogs by librarians, Aaron Tay and Jeroen Bosman, who have been evaluating the features and functionality of scholarly discovery indexes. See our latest news to find out more.
For guidance on navigating the Scholarly API, please check the online documentation, and to report bugs/issues, usability related questions, or to request features, please use our GitHub issue tracker. For general questions, please visit our Support Center to check out the latest tutorials or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your queries/comments.