Plagiarism report is easy to interpret. On the left you can see the checked text with spotted matches and on the right – a complete list of original sources as well as a similarity percentage. To view duplications on the original source, you just need to click on it and you will be forwarded to the website with highlighted unoriginal text.)
Yellow highlights the text, which is likely to be plagiarized, blue highlights quotes, purple highlights references; original text is not highlighted at all. Unplag identifies quotes and references that comply with the academic writing styles used worldwide.
Possible cheating – homoglyphs detection (symbols taken from other alphabets, that look the same and are used to trick the system.)
Similarity search settings let you make checks less or more sensible. For example, you can choose to skip sources with percentage of duplications less than 5%. In other words, such sources won’t be analyzed at all.
You can omit original sources if necessary, however they will be included in the report under the title “Omitted sources.”
Yes, they are. All plagiarized fragments are highlighted so that you can easily see even the smallest text such as the 6-point font at the very bottom of a web page.
Yes, you can. Choose report you want to email and press the share icon on the top right, then type in as many emails separated by the “Enter” key as you need and click the “Share” button.
Yes, it is. You can download the report in .pdf format.