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By using this service, users can see the patent family for a specific application, containing all related applications filed at participating IP Offices, along with the dossier, classification, and citation data for these applications. This service also provides Office Action Indicators to help users identify applications that contain office actions, a Collections View for saving documents and applications for review later on in the session, and the ability to download the documents in an application.




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You can also submit files for deep analysis, to run the file in a secure cloud sandbox. When the analysis is complete, you'll get a detailed report that provides information about the behavior of the file. You can submit files for deep analysis and read past reports by selecting the Deep analysis tab. It's located below the file information cards.


Selecting Download file from the response actions allows you to download a local, password-protected .zip archive containing your file. A flyout will appear where you can record a reason for downloading the file, and set a password.


Files that have been quarantined by Microsoft Defender Antivirus or your security team will be saved in a compliant way according to your sample submission configurations. Your security team can download the files directly from the file's detail page via the "Download file" button. This feature is turned 'On' by default.


This feature is designed to prevent suspected malware (or potentially malicious files) from being downloaded from the web. It currently supports portable executable (PE) files, including .exe and .dll files. The coverage will be extended over time.


The ENA File Downloader is a new Java based command line application that you can downloadfrom GitHub.You can submit one or more comma separated accessions, or a file with accessions that youwant to download data for. This tool allows downloading of read and analysis files,using FTP or Aspera. It has an easy to use interactive interface and can also createa script which can be run programatically or integrated with pipelines.


The ENA FTP Downloader is a Java GUI application you can download fromGitHub.Given an accession, this program will present a list of associated read or analysis files youcan download.Alternatively, you can provide a file report generated from our Advanced Search API (ENA PortalAPI) to perform a bulk download of all files for a given set of criteria.Learn more about these APIs from our guide on How to Access ENAProgrammatically.


Sometimes you may experience slowness or incomplete files when downloading from our FTP servers due to high load or ongoing maintenance. If the issue persists, please report it at here .You could also use other download methods such as Aspera or Globus, which might provide better performance than FTP.


Most modern web browsers no longer support the FTP protocol. For this reason, on the ENA Browser links to files hosted on FTP are internally converted to http when clicked for enabling downloads. You can copy the download links from ENA Browser and use them with non-browser clients (like wget or curl). If you still want to download using a web browser then please replace ftp:// with http:// in the URL.e.g. _1.fastq.gz -> _1.fastq.gz


Using the Cite button for an item will open a pop-up window where you can copy the citation formatted in four popular styles: AMA (American Medical Association), MLA (Modern Language Association), APA (American Psychological Association), or NLM (National Library of Medicine). You can also download the citation as an .nbib file, which most bibliographic reference management software can import.


Once a year, NLM releases a complete (baseline) set of PubMed citation records in XML format for download from our FTP servers. Incremental update files are released daily and include new, revised, and deleted citations. The PubMed DTD states any changes to the structure and allowed elements from year to year.


The PubMed Format tags table defines the data tags that compose the PubMed format. The tags are presented in alphabetical order. Some of the tags (e.g., CIN) are not mandatory and therefore will not be found in every record. Other tags (e.g., AU, MH, and RN) may occur multiple times in one record. You can download records in PubMed format as a text file (.txt) or as an .nbib file for exporting into citation management software programs.


When you export your mail from Gmail, each message's labels are preserved in a special X-Gmail-Labels header in your download file. While no mail client recognizes this header now, most mail clients allow for extensions to be written that could make use of the labels.


Unlike permanent hold files, which contain only data, your Batch Reports contain page breaks, page numbers, and any formatting specified in your report request such as Headings and Footings. Batch Reports are usually downloaded to a word processing program, like Microsoft Word, to improve the printed appearance of the report by changing the font type, size, color, etc.


When downloading, provide a file name with the appropriate extension for the word processing software you use (e.g., .doc). For more information about download software settings, see the topic: What settings should be selected?


Some of the electronic records files currently available for download consist of raw data. The data are in a software-independent format so you can use the records with your own software. Most of these files do not contain a contemporary standard file extension that indicates the format or type of file. These files are usually not appropriate for viewing within the browser.


The Technical Specifications Summary and technical documentation (see above) provide information about the format of the files. We suggest reviewing the Technical Specifications Summary and technical documentation before downloading the electronic records files. Depending on your browser, the option to save files identified as download only may appear as "Do you want to open or save this file?", "You have chosen to open:" or "Save As". We recommend you save the file to your computer and then open the file using the appropriate software available to you. If given the option, we suggest saving files that do not have a contemporary standard file extension as "All Files."


No. The catalog currently does not allow for downloading all the files or digital objects within a file unit or series at the same time. You have to go to each file unit description to download each file separately.


Other files may be in a format that requires specific software applications in order to use them. For example, files containing digital cartographic data or geospatial data (e.g. shape files) are most suitable for use in geographic information systems.


The Technical Specifications Summary (TSS) is a list or manifest of all the structured electronic records files available online for a series or file unit description. This list includes the technical metadata for each file, such as the byte count, file format, record length (for fixed-length records), number of records, and file identifiers and names. This technical metadata is usually needed for using the files after they have been downloaded. For example, technical metadata can help users determine the appropriate software to use with the file.


For series or files where the agency transferred code lists or other documentation in a database or other manipulable format, those files are available for downloading along with the other technical documentation files. In some cases, there are data files that also serve as code lists. These files may be listed as electronic records files instead of technical documentation files.


Yes. You may order photocopies of the paper documentation and copies of electronic documentation files as transferred by the agency for a cost-recovery fee. For more information see: Ordering Information for Electronic Records and/or contact us.


Yes. You may order reproductions of unrestricted electronic records files on removable media (such as CD or DVD) for a cost-recovery fee. You can also order copies of the technical documentation. For more information see: Ordering Information for Electronic Records and/or contact us.


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By default, Wget escapes the characters that are not valid or safe aspart of file names on your operating system, as well as controlcharacters that are typically unprintable. This option is useful forchanging these defaults, perhaps because you are downloading to anon-native partition, or because you want to disable escaping of thecontrol characters, or you want to further restrict characters to onlythose in the ASCII range of values.


By default, when retrieving FTP directories recursively and a symbolic linkis encountered, the symbolic link is traversed and the pointed-to files areretrieved. Currently, Wget does not traverse symbolic links to directories todownload them recursively, though this feature may be added in the future.


Because of this, local browsing works reliably: if a linked file wasdownloaded, the link will refer to its local name; if it was notdownloaded, the link will refer to its full Internet address rather thanpresenting a broken link. The fact that the former links are convertedto relative links ensures that you can move the downloaded hierarchy toanother directory.


Do not ever ascend to the parent directory when retrieving recursively.This is a useful option, since it guarantees that only the filesbelow a certain hierarchy will be downloaded.See Directory-Based Limits, for more details.


When downloading material from the web, you will often want to restrictthe retrieval to only certain file types. For example, if you areinterested in downloading GIFs, you will not be overjoyed to getloads of PostScript documents, and vice versa. 041b061a72


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