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== <center>'''Patent elements so far'''</center> ==
 
== <center>'''Patent elements so far'''</center> ==
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[[File:Otto Lilienthal patent DE-1893-84417.png|600px|right]]
 
* A patent item should be an instance of (P31) either patent (Q253623) or U.S. Patent (Q43305660), perhaps both.  That property is the one to query (search) that is unique to patents.
 
* A patent item should be an instance of (P31) either patent (Q253623) or U.S. Patent (Q43305660), perhaps both.  That property is the one to query (search) that is unique to patents.
* '''Page title''' -- standard form:  '''Patent US-1906-827017''', '''Patent CA-1914-153820'''' -- some other title is fine too
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* '''Page title''' -- one standard form:  '''Patent US-1906-827017''', '''Patent CA-1914-153820''' -- different titles are fine too
 
* Country where filed: Here are three options; freely use any or all. They express slightly different things
 
* Country where filed: Here are three options; freely use any or all. They express slightly different things
 
** Use '''issued by''' (P2378) and identify the office to which the patent was filed -- e.g. US Patent and Trademark Office, Japan Patent office (JPO)
 
** Use '''issued by''' (P2378) and identify the office to which the patent was filed -- e.g. US Patent and Trademark Office, Japan Patent office (JPO)
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* '''Filing date''':  Formal date of submission of the patent application, and generally speaking the date on which the patent goes into force legally once it's approved
 
* '''Filing date''':  Formal date of submission of the patent application, and generally speaking the date on which the patent goes into force legally once it's approved
 
* '''Grant date''':  Certification by a government that the patent is accepted, and applies in the jurisdiction.
 
* '''Grant date''':  Certification by a government that the patent is accepted, and applies in the jurisdiction.
** Filing and grant may be more complicated when there is an international phase, since the much later Patent and Cooperation Treaty
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** Dates might be more complicated with later international treaties
 
* '''Applicant(s)''' -- there's always at least one ; can include company or university or government lab
 
* '''Applicant(s)''' -- there's always at least one ; can include company or university or government lab
 
* '''Inventors''':  Zero or more; Might like to mark their order -- some are notable enough for wikidata, others just name strings
 
* '''Inventors''':  Zero or more; Might like to mark their order -- some are notable enough for wikidata, others just name strings
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* Pointer to URL somewhere with more information, possibly the full text and diagrams -- THERE IS NO ONE PERFECT SITE FOR THIS.  Wikidata could be the best site for this, someday.
 
* Pointer to URL somewhere with more information, possibly the full text and diagrams -- THERE IS NO ONE PERFECT SITE FOR THIS.  Wikidata could be the best site for this, someday.
  
; Possible good outcome of getting these basics into Wikidata -- We could add patent offices to the Authority Control line, maybe (?)
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== <center>'''Possible good outcome from getting patents onto Wikdiata'''</center> ==
; like USPTO, or WIPO, and if the user clicks there would get an automatic list of patents from Wikidata
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* We could add patent offices to the Authority Control line, maybe -- like USPTO, or WIPO, and if user clicks can get to a list of patents on Wikidata
 
[[File:AGBell article lower section with authority control.png||right]]
 
[[File:AGBell article lower section with authority control.png||right]]
* some patents could/should be transcribed onto Wikisource
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* Link together patents transcribed on Wikisource
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* Chart patent counts by inventor, country, tech topic; Time lines
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* Other insights?
  
; Next steps
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== <center>'''Next steps'''</center> ==
 
* I will start to upload new patent items using QuickStatements, still just a few
 
* I will start to upload new patent items using QuickStatements, still just a few
 
* Here's the QuickStatements:  https://tools.wmflabs.org/quickstatements/#/batch
 
* Here's the QuickStatements:  https://tools.wmflabs.org/quickstatements/#/batch
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CREATE
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LAST Len "Patent US-1906-827017"
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LAST P31 Q253623
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LAST P1476 en:"Wing of flying machines" S1246 "US827017" S813 +2018-10-19T00:00:00Z/11 S248 Q3235742
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</pre>
 
* Any input?  How should this be done?  What would be useful to you?
 
* Any input?  How should this be done?  What would be useful to you?
  
 
=== References ===
 
=== References ===
 
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Revision as of 16:47, 20 October 2018

Lightning talk presentation to WikiConference North America 2018

  • WIkidata can record basic information (not detailed information) about tens of millions of patents, someday. Right now there are only a few hundred.
  • We have some basic standards on how to record a patent. We discuss that below. Some things need fixing and new properties.
  • The WikiProject Patents page: Wikidata's WikiProject Patents
  • Focus: patents from before 1923, because
    • they're beyond copyright
    • their claims (almost?) never apply any more[1]
    • This is relevant to my off-wiki research

Patent elements so far

Otto Lilienthal patent DE-1893-84417.png
  • A patent item should be an instance of (P31) either patent (Q253623) or U.S. Patent (Q43305660), perhaps both. That property is the one to query (search) that is unique to patents.
  • Page title -- one standard form: Patent US-1906-827017, Patent CA-1914-153820 -- different titles are fine too
  • Country where filed: Here are three options; freely use any or all. They express slightly different things
    • Use issued by (P2378) and identify the office to which the patent was filed -- e.g. US Patent and Trademark Office, Japan Patent office (JPO)
    • Or, "applies to jurisdiction" (P1001) and then the Q-id of the government; or, country (P17) and then the Q-id of the national government/country. The country may not still exist.
  • Filing date: Formal date of submission of the patent application, and generally speaking the date on which the patent goes into force legally once it's approved
  • Grant date: Certification by a government that the patent is accepted, and applies in the jurisdiction.
    • Dates might be more complicated with later international treaties
  • Applicant(s) -- there's always at least one ; can include company or university or government lab
  • Inventors: Zero or more; Might like to mark their order -- some are notable enough for wikidata, others just name strings
  • Title: A string in the language of the government where it is filed
  • Patent number -- problematically strict but links to google patents
  • link to Wikisource if patent document is there
  • Link to Q-id or string of Parent patent or child patent ?
  • Assignee?
  • Pointer to URL somewhere with more information, possibly the full text and diagrams -- THERE IS NO ONE PERFECT SITE FOR THIS. Wikidata could be the best site for this, someday.

Possible good outcome from getting patents onto Wikdiata

  • We could add patent offices to the Authority Control line, maybe -- like USPTO, or WIPO, and if user clicks can get to a list of patents on Wikidata
AGBell article lower section with authority control.png
  • Link together patents transcribed on Wikisource
  • Chart patent counts by inventor, country, tech topic; Time lines
  • Other insights?

Next steps

 CREATE								
 LAST	Len	"Patent US-1906-827017"						
 LAST	P31	Q253623						
 LAST	P1476	en:"Wing of flying machines"	S1246	"US827017"	S813	+2018-10-19T00:00:00Z/11	S248	Q3235742
  • Any input? How should this be done? What would be useful to you?

References

  1. Commons Village pump discussion of possible copyrighting of later patent documents