Report:MMS/Import, Export, and Download/Import Functions
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In some cases, when reviewing patent documents in the bibliographic files DWPI or Pharm, users may wish to extract and view their chemical structure indexing data. There is a way to accomplish this, and to import these extracted CN numbers into MMS for viewing. Extraction and viewing of the structure indexing data for patents found in a bibliographic file can be accomplished by saving the list and transferring it into MMS using the JOIN command. For more information on using this command, users are directed to the MMS user guides hosted here.
It is possible to open a saved session transcript and continue adding to that record via a new search. This is done simply by opening the saved transcript by the file menu.
Import Functions in JChem
ChemAxon's JChem has a File Import wizard that allows users to import a file into a schema in an opened project. JChem supports the following file formats for importing: MRV, SDF, RDF, Smiles (*.smiles or *.smi), Smarts, Cxsmiles, Cxsmarts, InChi, Text files (*.csv,*.tab, *.txt), IUPAC name (*.name), and Markush DARC (*.vmn). Full instructions on importing files into JChem can be found here.
The MMS system conducts searches in a database of chemical structures, which is actually quite an expensive process. There is probably no reason why any user would wish to import a list of known document numbers to MMS.
- ↑ "Using File Import." ChemAxon website, http://www.chemaxon.com/instantjchem/ijc_latest/docs/user/help/htmlfiles/moving_data/importing_data.html. Accessed June 30, 2011.