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 ==== Plagius - Interpreting the Results of the analyzes ==== ==== Plagius - Interpreting the Results of the analyzes ====
  
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-The Plagius is an excellent tool to assist in plagiarism detection, but it is still necessary to apply some criteria in its results.+Plagius is an excellent tool to assist in [[http://www.plagius.com/en|plagiarism detection]], but it is still necessary to apply some criteria in its results.
  
 An automated system, such as Plagius, is not yet able to affirm plagiarism directly, only a manual scan can confirm the actual occurrence of plagiarism. An automated system, such as Plagius, is not yet able to affirm plagiarism directly, only a manual scan can confirm the actual occurrence of plagiarism.
  
-The following topics will discuss some tips on how to use the Plagius interpreting the results in the best possible way.+The following topics will discuss some tips on how to use Plagius interpreting the results in the best possible way.
  
  
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 When there is a suspicion, the highlighted section must be manually compared to the original source to ensure that is a case of plagiarism. When there is a suspicion, the highlighted section must be manually compared to the original source to ensure that is a case of plagiarism.
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 +[[https://checkingplagiarism.wordpress.com/2017/01/25/plagius-plagiarism-detector-2-4/|{{ :en:result-en-with-tips.png?direct&800x471 |Plagius Result Screen with tips}}]]
  
  
 === The Percentage Shown ===  === The Percentage Shown === 
 The percentage represents only a statistical indicator. Reports the percentage of the document sentences that were located on some website. It cannot be considered as plagiarism identification because not always that a phrase already exists on the Internet is plagiarism. A common example is the citations: if there are a high number of citations is higher the percentage of suspected plagiarism, regardless of whether the citations are properly referenced, so the percentage of suspicions will differ from the reality. The percentage represents only a statistical indicator. Reports the percentage of the document sentences that were located on some website. It cannot be considered as plagiarism identification because not always that a phrase already exists on the Internet is plagiarism. A common example is the citations: if there are a high number of citations is higher the percentage of suspected plagiarism, regardless of whether the citations are properly referenced, so the percentage of suspicions will differ from the reality.
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 +[[https://checkingplagiarism.wordpress.com/2017/04/21/why-it-is-a-mistake-to-use-percentage-to-measure-plagiarism|Why it is a mistake to use percentage to measure plagiarism]]
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 === Variation between different analyzes for the same document === === Variation between different analyzes for the same document ===
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 === Other approaches === === Other approaches ===
-In the second tab of the analysis result, "frequently addresses" the Plagius lists the addresses found ordered by the frequency which they were obtained. These addresses are strong candidates for a manual review, especially when the similarity percentage is significant.+In the second tab of the analysis result, "frequently addresses" Plagius lists the addresses found ordered by the frequency which they were obtained. These addresses are strong candidates for a manual review, especially when the similarity percentage is significant.
  
 To assist this individual comparison, Plagius has a feature which helps in this task: Right click on any item in the list and choose "Compare". This feature will be best explained in a new Wiki topic. To assist this individual comparison, Plagius has a feature which helps in this task: Right click on any item in the list and choose "Compare". This feature will be best explained in a new Wiki topic.
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