Mining chemical information from Open patents
Jessop, David M
Murray-Rust group, Unilever Centre for Molecular Science Informatics, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
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Jessop, D. M., Adams, S., & Murray-Rust, P. (2011). Mining chemical information from Open patents. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/238389
Linked Open Data presents an opportunity to vastly improve the quality of science in all fields by increasing the availability and usability of the data upon which it is based. In the chemical field, there is a huge amount of information available in the published literature, the vast majority of which is not available in machine-understandable formats. PatentEye, a prototype system for the extraction and semantification of chemical reactions from the patent literature has been implemented and is discussed. A total of 4444 reactions were extracted from 667 patent documents that comprised 10 weeks’ worth of publications from the European Patent Office (EPO), with a precision of 78% and recall of 64% with regards to determining the identity and amount of reactants employed and an accuracy of 92% with regards to product identification. NMR spectra reported as product characterisation data are additionally captured.
chemistry, text-mining, patents, natural language, semantic, CML
We thank Unilever (DMJ’s PhD studentship) and the EPSRC (Pathways to Impact Award) for funding.
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