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PlagScan_PeerGroupSimilarityHypothesis
The Socio-Linguistic Variant and What Author Metrics Doesn’t Want to Investigate Real papers against real ghostwriters PlagScan conducted an experiment with a student writing corpus collected from a group of students outside the US and UK all belonging to the same classroom. The selected papers were response papers to the… Read More »

The ‘Peer Group Similarity Hypothesis’ Part II







Repository
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





glasses on a piece of paper
Article by our guest blogger: Jane Sandwood   A new study shows that a growing number of people are lying on their resumes. According to the report, 85% of employers caught applicants exaggerating on their application or resume. While some candidates may want to be as honest as possible with a future employer, they also… Read More »

How to Weed out fake Candidates and get the Best ...




hands on a laptop keyboard writing a blog post
The internet is obviously full of content. What are some of the websites you read regularly? How many of your top 5 websites are blogs? Blogs are everywhere and an attractive way to read about your favorite topics from knowledgeable sources. Or you can find writers, who are simply passionate… Read More »

The 5 Top Tips for Blog Writing