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PlagScan users want to make good use of their time – this usually doesn’t include manual administration tasks. Still, systems have to be adapted and maintained to provide smooth service. However, everybody is different: Requirements can vary to an extent that is just as large as the number of our… Read More »

New Options for Institutions to Customize PlagScan


  In times of centralized access to information, PlagScan fuels critical thinking, professional writing and the creation of original content to protect the fundamentals of research and creativity. We have worked, developed and progressed for nearly 10 years to maintain such goals and remained faithful to our mission statement, which serves… Read More »

Guidelines and Mission @ Plagscan






We think our interactive reports are great at providing an adaptive overview of potential plagiarism detected in texts. Still we recognize the need to export the results to a static format, for reasons like archiving or documentation. In the printed version or as PDF export dynamic, interactive elements are obviously obstructive… Read More »

Plagiarism Report Prints and PDF export


Why show fewer matches? We at PlagScan consider our goal to efficiently prevent plagiarism, so our algorithm is optimized for presenting concise reports that allow a quick judgement of the case. Accordingly only relevant matches should be included – to account for this, users  can already set the sensitivity of plagiarism… Read More »

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