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You can download bulk patent data from USPTO: Bulk Data Storage System. Look for Patent Grant Full Text Data. Google used to collect patent data and provide bulk download, but they discontinued the bulk download project because USPTO provides the bulk data now directly. But you can still download bulk packages of what Google has collected prior to ...


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The EPO offers bulk download of patents through their Open Patent Services. It provides this information in XML format. It does require some technical skills but not overly complex. It is free up to a point, but may place restrictions depending on the amount of data to be downloaded. http://www.epo.org/searching-for-patents/technical/espacenet/ops/faq....


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The only similar types of documents that come to my mind are lists of standard-essential patents for technologies such as video codecs. This link leads to a list for the H.264/AVC video codec standard. https://www.mpegla.com/programs/avc-h-264/patent-list/ This link leads to a list for the H.265/HEVC video codec standard. https://www.mpegla.com/programs/hevc/...


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Yes, most are publicaly available from the USPTO and google patents. I believe google has a way of bulk access. Unless non-publication is selected by the applicant, they are published at 18 months after the earliest claimed priority document. Most other countries do not allow non-publication. The 18 month publication date is uniform internationally.


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PatentsView allows bulk download http://www.patentsview.org/web/ You'll need to write a regular expression to extract the Family ID from the XML file


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The US and EPO have gone to a unified patent classification system, the Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC). The USPTO recently reclassified all of the US patents to assign them a CPC classification. You can download a master file of all US patents with CPC classification at https://bulkdata.uspto.gov/data2/patent/classification/cpc/ I believe that ...


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