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In der Ausgabe 4/2021 (Juni 2021) lesen Sie u.a.:

  • Zum Nutzen von Big Deals
  • Verändert sich der Publikationsprozess bei den Megajournals?
  • Neue Ansätze zur Informations­kompetenzvermittlung
  • Außen- und Selbstwahrnehmung von Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekaren als wichtiges Steuerungsinstrument
  • Die Folgen des Wissenschaftstracking – unbekannt, aber nicht ungefährlich
  • Best Practices für den Umgang mit dem Coronavirus in Bibliotheken
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Ausgabe 3 / 2021

IM FOKUS
Über das Sterben reden

  • Dr. Henning Scherf im Gespräch
  • Eine Buchauswahl zum Thema

LANDESKUNDE
Indien: Geschichte und Gegenwart

KUNST | BIOGRAFIEN
Malerinnen: Talent ist keine Frage des Geschlechts

BETRIEBSWIRTSCHAFT
„Leadership“ ist hip

RECHT
Steuerrecht | Umwelt- und Planungsrecht | Kommentare zum Bürgerlichen Recht | Strafrecht | Juristendeutsch? | Rechtsgeschichten

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NEW: PatBase Analytics V2.0

Following a successful BETA period, a brand new PatBase Analytics V2.0 has been launched in PatBase. This new module offers analytics on up to 250,000 records with the availability of 3-dimensional analysis.

The interface and design has been updated, granting users access to a range of colours and design schemes with the option to insert your own company logo into the chart viewer for sharing with colleagues and clients.

Searches loaded into the new module can be filtered to focus the analysis on specific assignees, jurisdictions, date ranges and patent types. Users can now take advantage of 2 separate levels of analysis:

    1. Basic Analysis – completes quickly and produces a summary dashboard with primary insights (e.g. most occurring jurisdiction/assignees)

    2. Standard Analysis – produces additional chart types offering secondary breakdowns (e.g. top jurisdiction by year, top assignee by jurisdiction etc.)

In addition, our new, intuitive 2D and 3D landscaping tools are now available! Up to 5000 families can be rendered in either a heat map or topological view with relationships within your dataset visualised using keyword cluster analysis to group documents together using common terms in their full text content. Users will benefit from helpful notifications, highlighting when changes in a result set occur compared to a historical analysis and alerting users to the new data via the in-built notification system.

Sharing with clients and colleagues has never been easier thanks to the implementation of an Analytics viewer. Users can share charts easily with specific recipients; a new “Note” feature allows users to add descriptions or comments to the data, which will be shared alongside the chart – so you can quickly add your expertise.

The new version of Analytics is now available in PatBase. Analytics V1.0 will continue to run for a limited time.

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