Antiplagiat

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Introduction

This manual is intended to familiarize you with the means of work in the "Antiplagiat".

The manual contains information about the purpose, capabilities, features of the system, as well as a description of the actions that provide check of text documents for the detecting reuse.

Terms and definitions

Term

Definition

System "Antiplagiat" (service)

Online tool for working with text documents with user interface on the web-site.

Text reuse

A fragment of the document text that contains the text or a fragment of the source text and is not formatted in accordance with citation rules

Self-citation

A fragment of the document text that contains the text or a fragment of the source text, the author or co-author of which is the author of the verified document

Citation

A fragment of the document text that contains the text or a fragment of the source text and formatted in accordance with the rules of citation, with full bibliographic information about the source. Also citation includes common expressions, bibliography, fragments of text found in sources from the collections of regulatory documents.

Text reuse percentage

The proportion of all found text reuses in relation to the total size of the verified document in characters

Self-citation percentage

The proportion of all found self-citations in relation to the total size of the verified document in characters

Citation percentage

The proportion of all found citations in relation to the total size of the verified document in characters

Originality percentage

The proportion of all document text fragments that were not found in the sources used for verification, in relation to the total size of the verified document in characters

Report

The result of checking the text for reuse:

  • Brief report - is a percentage of originality, list of text sources.
  • Full report - is a percentage of originality, list of text sources, the full text of the document, marked with found reused text blocks.

Report share

The ratio of the amount of text reuse that is accounted for in this source to the total size of the document. That is, if the same text was found in several sources, it is considered only in one of them.

Text share

Ratio of the volume of the text reuse on this source to the total size of the document. Shares in the text are not summarized by sources.

Report blocks

The number of text blocks reused from the source, taking into account the intersections of all found sources.

Text blocks

The number of text blocks reused from a source without regard to other found sources.

Collection (search module)

The software module of the corporate version of the system "Antiplagiat", implementing the search for text reuse. The module uses a search index or a special computational algorithm to build reports. The system can have several collection. Search modules may differ in purpose, for example:

  • Internet search;
  • Citations;
  • Russian State Library (RSL) collection;
  • Lexpro collection;
  • eLIBRARY collection;
  • National Library of Belarus (NLB) collection.

Once you have access to several search collections, you can build both individual reports and a single report for all search collections.

Some collections perform searches across specialized databases with the casts of the texts of the source documents, but to obtain access to the selected search module doesn't mean getting access to the full texts of the documents it can find this collection. In the received reports, links to the documents will be indicated (their names will also be given), and when viewing the source text, it will contain fragments that coincide with the document being checked.

Browser

Software that allows users to view pages on Internet sites and access files and software associated with those pages. For example, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, etc.

Text metrics

Semantic characteristics for each uploaded document.

Purpose and conditions of use

The service is designed to check text documents for plagiarism. As a result of the scan, users receive text reuse reports. The report contains information on the sources and indicators of text reuse by source, as well as detailed information with the indication of those fragments of the checked document that have been identified as text reuse. The identification is accompanied by the presentation of the matching text fragment of the borrowing source and/or the reference to the original (URL). As a result of the document check, the user can determine which part of the document is written independently and which part is reused.

To use the service you need:

  • Connect to the Internet;
  • Install a browser or use the browser of one of the most common types built into your operating system (MS Internet Explorer version 11 and above, Mozilla Firefox version 58 and above, Opera version 51 and above, Chrome version 64 and above).

The results of work with the system "Antiplagiat" are not the basis for claims of copyright violations, the service is aimed at use only for information purposes. In other words, we do not declare that a particular text is plagiarism, but only inform you about the presence of the same or similar text fragment. It is possible that when working with the service, you will find the text copied from other sources, including the possibility that the downloaded document is the original source. In any case, when working with the service, be careful, try to be objective and do not rush to conclusions. Remember that the service is only a tool of work, and only the user can give a real assessment to the document.

Preparation for the start

Workplace

To prepare the workplace when working with the system "Antiplagiat" enough to open a browser. To work with the service, browsers of the most common types, such as MS Internet Explorer version 11 and above, Mozilla Firefox version 58 and above, Opera version 51 and above, Chrome version 64 and above, can be used.

To get started, go to the service website by typing in the address bar of the browser address you received by e-mail from the administrator of the company.

So, we have a ready workplace:

  • files downloaded to your computer;
  • the browser is open;
  • the service's website page is opened in the browser.

Log in and log out from the system

To access the system, use the login form. To do this, click on the "Log in" link in the upper right corner of the page.

Log in to the workspace in the "Antiplagiat" system

Fill your credentials into the opened login form. Click on the "Show password" button, if you want to check the correctness of the password. Click on the "Log in".

Login form into «Antiplagiat» system

After log in the icon "Menu" will be displayed on every page of the website in the upper right corner of the page. When you click on the icon, the navigation through the sections of your account will be available. To the left of the "Menu" icon you will see a brief information about yourself: the role in the system and e-mail. Figure 4 depicts an example for the "Expert" role.

Dropdown menu

To log out from the system, click on the "Menu" icon and then select "Log out".

Role change

If your system administrator has assigned you more than one role, you will see an arrow next to the role name located at the top of the page. Click the name of the current role to view the full list of roles available to you.

List of user's roles

To change a role, click its name in the drop-down list of roles. After that, the page will change the name of the current role, and you will be redirected to the user account for this role. Please note that only one role is available at a time.

Profile

To go to your profile, click on the "Menu" and select the "Profile" tab.

In the profile you can review your credentials. User's data can be changed only by the company administrator.

User's profile

Support

If you do not find answers to questions about the system, please contact support. To do this, click on the "Menu" in the upper right corner and select the "Support" tab. The system opens a window with a form to send the case.

Feedback form

Enter your question in the "Message" field and click on the "Send" button. Our experts will respond to your request to the e-mail, which was used to log in.

Adding a website

Our Internet search module performs a check on the already indexed sites of the web. If you find an interesting site or resource that is not included in the Internet search module, you can add it to our search module. This will allow you to build more complete and reliable reports for check through the Internet search module.

To add a website for indexing, click on "Menu" and select "Add website". Copy the link in the URL field and click "Add". You can also leave a comment about the site to which this link leads, for example, that this site is an open e-library or abstracts site.

Website indexing form

If the site you specify is already known to our system, you will receive the message: "The Site has already been processed by our system".

Please note that the new website will be placed in the Internet search Module according to the order of the indexing queue.

Course and task management

Course management

To view a list of courses, click on "Menu" and select the "Course management" section. The list of courses, which were created by you, will be displayed. Each line of the list displays information about the course.

List of teacher’s courses

To create a new course, click on the "Add course" button in the top menu. Fill in fields of the opened form and click on "Continue". Required fields are "Course name" and "End date". The tag with the course's name will be automatically assigned to the course.

Please, pay your attention that during the completion date is reached, the course will be automatically sent to the archive. You cannot download and evaluate the papers in the archive course. Leave a reserve of time in cases, if there is provided a delay or retake of the test of the course.

Creation of the course

To change the information about the course, mark the course and click on the "Edit" button in the top menu. The window "Edit course" is similar to the window "Create new course".

To delete a course, mark the appropriate course (you can select several courses) and click on the "Delete" button in the top menu.

Please, pay your attention that you can delete only those courses, which do not contain documents.

To send a course to the archive, mark the appropriate course (you can mark several courses) and click on the "Send to archive" button.

Task management

To gain the access to the list of course's tasks, click on the "View tasks" button in the line of the created course. The opened page displays a list of the tasks, which were created by you. Each line of the list displays information about the task.

List of course's tasks

To create a task in the course, click on the "Add task" button in the top menu. Fill in fields of the opened form and click on "Continue". Required fields are "Task name" and "Task end date".

Please, pay your attention that during the completion date is reached you cannot download documents in the task, all loaded students' papers into the task will be automatically indexed and will be taken into account during the evaluation of the following documents.

Window of creation of the task

During the creation of a task, you can fill in the following fields:

  • Information about the task. There you can write any information about the task.
  • Tags for the task. The task has the tag, which is automatically formed from the task's name, and the automatically assigned tag of that course, which the task created in.
  • The last date of hanging of students' papers. When this date is reached, it is impossible to download papers into this task. If you do not fill in this field, this field will be automatically set the date equal to the date of the completion of the task.
  • Scale of assessments. In this field you can select one of the introduced scales for the evaluation of students' papers. If there is no scale of assessments, which you need, contact with the administrator of the system in your university.
  • The maximum number of attempts of hanging of the papers.
  • Student's access to the report. To allow the student access to the report, select "Brief report" from the drop-down list. By default, the value of this cell is "No", the student will be able to see only the percent of originality. The student does not have the access to the full report.
  • Notification about received documents. If you want to receive the notifications about the received documents, select the appropriate type of notifications. Notifications will be sent to the e-mail, which you have specified during the registration. By default, the "Don't notify" option is selected in the system.
  • Publication in CDLS. During the marking the sending of this task to the archive, the latest versions of the loaded students' papers will be automatically published in the corporate digital library system (CDLS).
  • Speciality. In this field you need to select the code of specialty, which will be assigned to each document, downloaded to this task.

To complete the creation of the task, click on "Create". A new task will be displayed in the list of tasks of the course.

To edit a task, click on the "Edit" button in the line with the task. The "Edit task" window is similar to the "Create task" window.

To delete a task, mark the appropriate task (you can mark several courses) and select the "Delete" button in the top menu.

Please, pay your attention that you can delete only those tasks, which do not contain documents.

Invitation of students to the task

You need to send the invitation for the access to the task, so students will be able to download the documents to the task.

To send an invitation to students, mark the task, which you want to invite students to, and click on the "Invite students" button.

Invitation of students to the implementation of the task

In the text field of the opened window enter the e-mail address of the students, who you want to share the access to the task with. An invitation letter, containing the task's code and information about the task, will be sent to the specified e-mail. You can enter several e-mails manually, using a line shift as a separator, or you can copy a list with e-mails from any text file and paste it into this field. If during the copy or the enter the system detects duplicate of e-mail, they will be automatically deleted. The total number of recognized e-mails is displayed below the list of e-mails.

If you have already invited students to the implementation of other tasks and want them to be included in the list, then in the "Invite students from task" field select the task, which you have already invited students to.

To send an invitation, click on the "Invite" button.

You can invite students to the implementation of the task by giving them a link for login (url address for the access to the "Antiplagiat.EDU") and the code of the task, which they can download the papers in the created by you task by. The task's code is displayed in the line with each task.

Code of the task in the line with the task

Review of archive courses and tasks

To send a course or task to the archive, select the completed courses or tasks and select the "Send to archive" button in the top menu. Marked courses and/or tasks will be marked as archival.

“Send to archive” button

To view the archive courses and tasks, go to the "Teacher's workspace" section and click on the "Archive" tab in the left field.

Page of review of archive courses and tasks

The page of review of archive courses and tasks looks identical and has almost the same features as the page of review of active courses. Also there is available the review of loaded students' papers and a reports, made by them (with all the features of the report).

Please, pay your attention that there is no possibility to download students' papers to the archive task. Also you cannot evaluate or send for revision the student's paper.

Teacher’s workspace

In teacher's workspace you can see all the courses and tasks created by you, as well as the papers of your students uploaded to these tasks and reports on them.

To access to the teacher's workspace, click on the "Menu" and select the "Teacher's workspace" tab.

You can see the "Courses" panel on the left of the workspace page, which displays the courses and tasks created by you. After selecting the respective task, you will see a list of downloaded student's papers. Each row in the list displays information about the document, the result of the check, and a link to the report.

Teacher’s workspace

The status of the paper depends on the role of the person, who has uploaded the document. If the loading was made by a teacher or a registered confirmed student, the document will be automatically sent for the check, and the report will be available at the end of the check.

Please, pay your attention that if the document was uploaded by an unregistered student or is uploaded by a student for the first time, the paper would be marked with a special "New" sign and would be sent for verification only after confirmation of the student.

You can read more about confirmation of the student in the manual in the section "Confirmation and rejection of unregistered students".

The status of the necessity of confirmation of the student

The originality assessment in the row with paper is intended for the initial superficial acquaintance with the results of the check. To get a detailed evaluation of the results of the check, go to the review of the check report by clicking on the "Report" button.

Stages of checking of the paper by the teacher

Loading of paper

Only student's papers can be uploaded to the teacher's workspace, the teacher cannot upload his/her own documents. To upload a document for the check on behalf of the student, the student must be registered in the system and invited to the task. Select the appropriate task in the "Courses" panel, click on the "Upload paper" button and select files on your computer or drag the appropriate documents in the "Upload paper" field.

Loading of student’s paper into the task via “Upload paper” button

Please, pay your attention that the service supports the most common text formats of files: pdf (with a text layer), txt, html, htm, docx, rtf, odt, pptx. The size of the uploaded file must not exceed 100 Mb. The doc format is not supported for students' papers uploading. This format is significantly obsolete and there may be problems during text extracting. Please convert the document to one of available formats: docx or pdf.

Besides the loading of single files, the loading of the archive folder is available. An archive folder is a file in the format RAR, ZIP or 7z. In this case, all documents from the archive folder are processed separately.

After selecting the files, a window for setting the parameters of the student's paper for loading will open. Select from the dropdown list the student on whose behalf you want to download the document. There are only the registered, invited to the task students whose papers have never been loaded in the task or had been sent back for revision and not been handed again and which still have an attempt of completing of the task.

Window with parameters of student's paper loading

Then click on the "Continue" button, the document will be added to the workspace and sent for check in order to submit the paper for assessment. In the task, where the paper was uploaded, you will see a new record with the full name of the student on whose behalf the loading was done. The row with the document will display the time of document loading. Also, this document will be displayed in the student's workspace in the appropriate task. After completion of the check, the results of the check will appear in the row.

Student's paper in the process of checking in the teacher's workspace

Confirmation and rejection of unregistered students

The system provides the loading of paper for check by students who are not registered in the system. In this case, the student's paper will be displayed in the teacher's workspace with a special "New" sign, and will be sent for the check after the teacher confirms the student's identity.

The paper of unconfirmed student in the workspace

To confirm or reject an unregistered student, tick any paper that the student has uploaded. In the top menu buttons " Validate" and "Decline" will become active, click on the appropriate button. You can confirm or reject several students at the same time by ticking several student's papers.

Confirmation or rejection of unregistered student in the teacher’s workspace

The same operation can be done while viewing the text of the student's paper by clicking on the "Validate" or "Decline" button in the top menu.

Confirmation of unregistered student while viewing the text of the paper

The student's paper will be sent for the check after confirmation of the student. After the check is completed, you will see the results of the check, and you can go to the report and assess the paper.

Please, pay your attention that after confirmation of the student all papers of this student, uploaded in any task in the workspace of any teacher of the university, will be automatically sent for the check. Thereby, the student is confirmed only once, confirmation from other teachers is not required.

In case of rejection of the student all student's papers, uploaded to the workspace to the respective teacher, will be removed. The student's papers, uploaded to workspaces of other teachers are not removed, and the other teacher can confirm the student.

Review and editing of the information about the document

The upload of the documents is accompanied by a brief description of document parameters - attributes. To view the information about the document, click on the name of the student who owns the document. "Reading version" page will open, which displays the text of the document in paginated mode and attributes of the document.

Review of the information about the document

To go through the pages of the text, use the paging panel, located above and below of the text box. You can display all pages of the document at the same time, by clicking on the "Show all pages" button under the text field.

Also you can view the attributes of the document and change them, if it is necessary, by clicking on the "Change name and type" button, on this page.

Window for editing of the attributes

The same operation can be done by ticking the required document in the workspace and clicking on the "Change name and type" button in the top menu. In the opened window you can change the name of the document and assign a type of the document.

Search for students’ papers

To search for student's paper, enter the student's full or partial name in the search bar, and then click on the "Apply" button or press Enter.

Search bar for student papers in the task by student’s names

Review of paper assessment attempts

To view the attempts of paper assessment, select the task in the "Courses" panel, find the appropriate student in the task and tick his paper, then the "History of attempts" button will become active. Click on the "History of attempts" button.

Review of the history of paper assessment attempts

The opened window displays the information about previous attempts of assessment of the paper by this student. Attempts are sorted in descending order by the date of loading of the document: the last assessment attempt will be displayed the first.

The same operation can be done by clicking on the number of assessment attempts of appropriate paper in the list of uploaded papers.

Assessment of students' papers

The teacher can evaluate the student's paper in accordance with the scale, set in the parameters of the task, or send it for revision, if it does not meet the criteria of paper's execution.

To evaluate the paper or send it for revision, select the loaded paper of the appropriate student, go to the full report on his paper and click on the "Assess" button in the top menu of the full report.

«Assess» button for transition to the window of paper’s assessment

The opened window displays information about student's paper, the drop-down list with the assessments, fields for entering of the comment, and the mark about sending of the paper back for revision. To evaluate a paper, select an assess from the drop-down list. To send the paper back for revision, mark "Send for revision".

After that, the "Save" button will become active. If you are sure that the actions are correct, click on the "Save" button.

Please, pay your attention that, during clicking on the "Assess" button again for the paper, that has already been evaluated, the "Paper assessment" window displays the marked assess. The change of assess or send back for revision is impossible.

The paper, which has been sent for revision, cannot be evaluated. If you want to evaluate a student's paper on a required task, you must upload the paper to the task again.

Window for evaluation of student's paper

When you return to the list of papers in the task for the evaluated paper, the grade, which you has assigned, will be displayed in the "Grade" column.

Student's paper with the assessment

The student will see the assessment and your comment for the student in his/her workspace.

Text metrics

The system provides calculation and display of different semantic characteristics for each uploaded document. This functionality allows to evaluate the scientific nature of the text, to determine the presence of certain sections of the document and to calculate some indicators.

Metrics are calculated automatically during the loading of the document. List of calculated semantic characteristics:

  • Share of scientific vocabulary. The index is from 0% to 100%, where 100% corresponds to a completely scientific text, and 0% – to a completely unscientific text. The indicator represents the ratio of words and phrases included in the "dictionary of scientific terms and constructions" to the total number of words and phrases in the checked text.
  • Share of general vocabulary. Index is from 0% to 100%. Calculated by the formula (100% - [Share of scientific vocabulary]).
  • The presence of annotation.
  • The presence of a bibliography.
  • The presence of conclusions from the research.
  • The presence of introduction.
  • The presence of a description of the research method.
  • The presence of a description of results of the research.
  • Assessment of the coherence of the text. The index is from 0% to 100%, where 100% corresponds to perfectly coherent text, and 0% – completely incoherent text. The coherence of the text is characterized by syntactic and semantic coherence of its sentences.

Please, pay your attention that the calculation of metrics is produced only for the new documents. For documents uploaded before activation of this functionality, the calculation is not produced.

To review metrics, you need to go to document's "See result" page and click "Text metrics" button in the lower left corner of the page.

«Text metrics» button

If the value is not calculated yet for any metric, the message "Calculation is in progress..." will be displayed.

The report on the text reuse check result

Full report

After the document is loaded and checked, you may navigate to the report. To go to the full report view page, click the “See results” button located on the line with the checked document. After this click "Full report" button.

Full report selection

The full report includes:

  • evaluation of originality / reuse / citations / self-citations;
  • evaluation of suspiciousness of a document with details on the "Suspicious document" page
  • list of reused sources with the ability to edit and go to the source report;
  • continuous or page-by display of the full text of the document marked with the found reused blocks;
  • the date of document checking;
  • report correction.

The figure below shows a General view of the full report.

Full report

In the top panel of the page you will see the icon buttons, allowing you to proceed to the next action:

  • parameters for checking;
  • export of the report;
  • downloading the Certificate;
  • save the edited report;
  • link to user manual;
  • view reports history;
  • report printing layout;
  • view text metrics;
  • get a direct link to the report.

Viewing the report

The report page consists of the text to be checked, in which the blocks of reuse are selected, the list of sources, the aggregated results of the check and navigation through the blocks of text reuse (search by blocks).

To navigate through the text pages, use the paging panel located above and below the text box. To display all pages of the document at once, click on "Show all pages" at the bottom of the document page.

To see which text fragments were reused and from which specific source, all text reuse blocks in the system are highlighted, and at the end of each block there is a label with the respective number of the source.

When viewing reused blocks in a report, you can use block navigation (block search). With its help you can go to the next or previous block by pressing the "Previous" or "Next". You can also choose which type of text blocks to use.

Text block navigation

Viewing information about the source

To view information about the source, find the source in the list, expand the respective source and click on the icon.

Source information in the source list

If the source is placed in index of approved by administrator of your company, then appropriate flag about the source appears. Text reuses from such source included in citing percentage and highlighted by green color.

Parameters such as text share, report blocks, text blocks are customizable. To do this, click on the "Menu", select the "Profile" section and go to the "Report settings" tab. You can choose which of the parameters will not be displayed in the report by unchecking one of them.

Report settings

Another way to view information about a source is to click on the source number in the full report text. A window will appear that contains basic information about the source.

Source information in the full report text

External link to the source

For most sources in the list there is an external link to the location of the document or source text on the Internet. To go to the web page, click the icon next to the source name.

External link in the list of sources

After clicking on the link, the web page on which the text of the block was found will be opened.

A situation may arise when the source is unavailable after clicking on the link. Perhaps the site administrators deleted the text, or the page "moved." But in any case, this text was available at the specified address when the site was added to the index of the search module of the system.

The fact that one or more of the report's links to the open sources on the Internet at the time of viewing the report do not work is not a reason to remove these links from the system's index. Texts at the links' addresses were indexed, before being deleted / moved, they were available to third parties, could be read, copied or otherwise used. Also, they could be stored in the cache of search engines and web archives, where they could still be found.

Viewing the source report

To view the source report, click the link in the source name in the list of sources. A new tab in the browser will open with the text of the source with which there was a duplication. Instead of text that doesn't overlap with the source, you'll see the number of characters that were skipped.

If you want to view the full source text, open the source link by clicking on the "Go to the source website" button.

Report on the source

Click another source in the Sources pane on the left to view the report for that source immediately.

You can choose to view the report by source – page or solid text. By default, the source report is displayed page by page. To switch the view mode, click on "Show full text". When you switch to solid text view, the button changes to Show text page by page. Click it to go to page view.

Another way to view the source report is to go to the source report from the block in the text. Click on the source number at the end of the block, then click on the source name.

Going to the source report from the text block

The page "Report on the source" will be opened with the selected block.

Viewing report history

When you recheck the document or edit the report, all previous versions of the reports are saved in the system. To view the report history, click the "More" button and select the "Report history" item in the top menu of the full report.

Viewing report history

A separate window will open, where you will see a summary of all the reports made for this document. Reports in history are sorted in descending order by the build date.

To go to the detailed view or correction of one of the reports, click the "Open" button. The report opens on a new page.

Report history

You can also view all the corrections to the report, go to a specific correction and change it. The correction is created automatically when you edit the report.

Information on the edited report in the reports history

Editing of the sources' list

Source actions are available in the full report, allowing you to make some changes in the calculation of the check results.

  • Correction of the list of considered sources in the report – allows to consider or not to consider the sources specified by you in the report.
  • Change source type - allows you to change the source type of your choice.

The system divides sources into three types: "Reuses", "Self-citations" and "Citations".

While the report is building the system automatically marks the type of source: "Reuses" - red color, "Self-citations" - yellow color and "Citations" - green color.

Please note that the service makes only a preliminary assessment, a real assessment of the source can only be given by the user.

To reaccount for the source in the report, click on the "Change Type" button in the list of sources, select a new source type and click on the "Recalculate" button.

Change type of the source

For example, after changing the source type to “Self-citation” and clicking on the “Recalculate” button, the percentages of self-citation and reuse will be recalculated and the source text blocks will turn yellow.

Changes after source's type changing

To ignore sources, uncheck the checkboxes of these sources and then click the "Recalculate" button. The overall score of the report will change after recalculation and the source's text blocks will no longer be displayed in the text of the report.

Adjustment of the list of recorded sources in the report

If you are satisfied with the current version of the report, you can save the report by clicking on the "Save" button in the top panel of the document. A window opens where you can save the edited report, where you can leave your comments, for example, information about the changes made in the report or about the reason for the changes. After saving in the history of reports, a new correction will be created.

If the report has been edited with recalculation of the editing results, it will be saved automatically, you will be able to find the autosaved report in the history of reports and continue working with it. In the history of reports, autosaved reports have the inscription "Auto-saved version" in the comments.

Editing of the text blocks

You may adjust the check result not only by excluding or changing the source's type, but also by deactivating text blocks. This feature allows to not use the selected blocks when calculating the percentages.

To disable the necessary text block in the report, left-click on it. The “Deactivate” button will appear. After this the block will change color to gray. The system will automatically recalculate the percentages, but without accounting disabled text block.

Disabling the block in the report

To take the disabled text block into account again, find the disabled text block and click on it. The “Enable” button will appear. After clicking on it, the result will be recalculated again.

You may find out if there are the disabled text blocks and enable all the text blocks at once in the check results panel. To enable all text blocks, click on the “Enable All” button and the system will automatically recalculate the check result.

Enable all text blocks button

Also you may find out if there are any disabled text blocks in the workspace. In the list of documents a report that contains disabled text blocks has one more status : "The report contains disabled blocks".

The document's status about presence of disabled text blocks

Please note that text blocks of different sources may intersect with each other - one smaller block may be the part of the bigger block. After deactivating a large text block, the small text block will be deactivated with it.

You may use navigation on disabled blocks to the right of the report's text.

Editing text reuse blocks

You may adjust the result of the check not only by removing the source, but also by disabling individual blocks of the reused in the text. This allows you to ignore the selected blocks when calculating the percentage of text reuse or citations.

To disable the particular block in the report, click it with the left mouse button. The "Deactivate" button appears. After clicking the "Deactivate" button, the block will change its color to gray. The system will automatically recalculate the percentage of text reuse without taking into account the block you have turned off.

Disable a block in a report

To restore the block in the report, find the disabled block and click on it. The "Enable" button appears. Click on it, and the result will be recounted.

You can see if there are any blocks off, and include all the blocks in the results panel at once. To enable the blocks, click the "Enable all" button, the system will automatically recalculate the result of the check.

Enable all blocks button

If any report has disabled reused blocks, you can find out about them in your office. In the list of loaded documents, the report, which contains the disabled blocks, has another status "The report contains disabled blocks".

Document status on the presence of disabled blocks

Please note that the blocks from different sources can overlap – one smaller block may be the part of the larger block. If you deactivate a larger block, the small block will be deactivated as well. Moreover, the shutdown of the small unit will occur on all sources to which it is included.

If the blocks intersect partially, only those fragments of the block that are not included in the intersection are disabled.

To save time when viewing the deactivated blocks in a report, use the navigation by the blocks to the right of the report text. With it you can go to the next or previous block by pressing the "Previous" or "Next".

Navigation in the full report

Brief report

To go to the brief report view page, click the “See results” button located on the line with the checked document. After this select "Brief report" button.

Brief report selection

Brief report consists of distribution of percentages of originality, text reuse, citation and self-citation as well as a list of sources of reuse.

Brief report

Brief report

For most sources in the list there is an external link to the location of the document or source text on the Internet. To go to the web page, click the icon next to the source name.

Link in the list of sources to the source page on the Internet

In the top panel of the page you will see the icon buttons, allowing you to proceed to the following actions:

  • parameters for checking;
  • export of the report;
  • downloading the Certificate;
  • save the edited report;
  • link to user manual;
  • view reports history;
  • report printing layout;
  • view text metrics;
  • get a direct link to the report.

To get more information about the results of the check, open the full report by clicking on the "Report" button.

Report with formatting

A formatted report allows you to view the results of the document check while maintaining the original formatting (indentation, fonts, titles) and displaying tables and figures.

To view the report with the formatting, switch the tab "Text view" to the tab "Original view".

Original document view in the full report

The Original view tab, as well as the Text view tab, displays reused parts and a list of sources, but the markup is applied to the original formatting of the document.

It is worth noting that when you export the pdf report, the text of the document is downloaded without any formatting.

You can view the document in its original form in the "Version for reading". To do this, click on the name of the document in your account. The text view of the document opens, then click the "Original view" tab.

Original document view in the Version for reading

Please note that when adding for check files in txt, htm, html, pptx format, direct text input, you cannot view the original formatting of the document.

Suspicious document

A suspicious document is a document that shows signs of technical ways to change the text or format, such as replacing characters, inserting invisible text, etc. Such signs may indicate that the author tried to cheat the system to hide text reuses and artificially increase the originality percentage. If such signs of cheating have been found in the document, a special flag will be put for it in the workspace and the list of documents of the company.

Suspicious document indicator in the Workspace

Please note that if you see a suspicious flag, we recommend that you carefully read the check report and the suspicious fragments found in the document. Detection of suspicious documents is an auxiliary tool for analysis. The final decision is always up to the verifier.

The information that the document shows signs of a cheating is displayed in the check reports, in the printable versions, and in the downloaded reports. In a brief report the page numbers with the detected potential cheating attempts are displayed.

Brief report for a suspicious document

The printable version of the check report provides information about potential cheating attempts. It shows the types of cheating and page numbers where suspicious fragments have been found. Similarly, information is displayed in the downloaded versions of reports.

Printable version for a suspicious document

The full report for a suspicious document displays a special block with a flag of suspicion and a link to the page "Suspicious document" - to go to the page, click "View".

Full report for a suspicious document

Please note that if the uploaded document has no formatting, then instead of the link to "Suspicious document" there are the page numbers with potential cheating attempts displayed in the full report.

You may also access information about possible cheating on the “See Results” page. To do this, click on the "Details" link in the red suspicious document warning block.

Suspicious document on "See results" page

The "Suspicious document" page displays detailed information about the suspicious fragments found in the document. You can read the text of the document in the form in which it was uploaded into the system (keeping the original formatting). If a fragment is found on the document page that may containg cheating attempt, it is marked in red.

"Suspicious document" page

To view information about suspicious fragments for the entire document, click the "In document" tab in the right panel. To view the page numbers, click the name of the cheating method. To go to any of the listed pages, click on the desired number.

"In document" tab

The "On page" tab provides information about suspicious fragments on the selected page of the document. To display certain cheating methods, check them and uncheck the others. The selected cheating methods are highlighted in red on the page, the removed cheating methods are underlined with a red line. To select all suspicious fragments on the document page at once, click on "Display all". In order to remove the selection from all the suspicious fragments, click on "Hide all".

It is also possible to review the text of the cheating, if it was extracted during the document processing.

Text revision on the "On page" tab

If the document does not contain cheating, you can disable the "Suspicious document" flag. To disable the flag, use the enable/disable button in the upper right corner of the "Suspicious document" page. You can leave a comment explaining why you disabled the "Suspicious document" flag. If you view the "Suspicious document" page through a direct link, you will not be able to disable the "Suspicious document" flag.

Disable the "Suspicious document" flag

If you disable the "Suspicious document" flag:

  • the respective icon will not be displayed in the Workspace;
  • the brief report will not display information about the cheating;
  • in the downloaded forms of reports and in a printable versions the information will appear in the "Suspicious document" section that the flag was disabled, and comments will be displayed;
  • in the full report, you will see that the "Suspicious document" flag has been removed – the corresponding icon will become gray;
  • you still have access to the "Suspicious document" page.
Disabled "Suspicious document" flag in the full report

Potential cheating attempts view is different for documents that have been uploaded prior the availability of cheating detection function. For a brief report, the printable version and downloaded reports the text will be placed in "Suspicious document" blocks with a warning of the presence of suspicious fragments. For a full report, you will see the same text when you hover over the "Suspicious document" icon. The "Suspicious document" page is not available in this case.

Potential cheating attempts view for old versions - full report

Downloading the report

Downloading the report will allow you to save the report as a PDF file. To download the report to your computer, click on the "Export" button on the report viewing page.

Report downloading status window

Page will appear "Export report". To start the report generation, click on the "Export" button. After some time, the button will change to "Download". Click on the "Download" button to download the file. The download will start automatically, or the file download and save dialogue window will open, depending on your browser settings.

In the downloaded report you will see information about the report and the loaded document, a terminological block with the description of the terms "Reuse", "Citations", "Originality", a list of sources and text with markup of citation blocks (if the user unloads the full report).

Direct link to report from "See results" page

A direct link to the report allows you to give access to the report to any user, including users unauthorized in the system. This link allows you to view the report, however you cannot make changes to the report.

To get a direct link to a report, select the document in the workspace and click the “See results” button. After this click on "Create link" button and select "To full report" or "To brief report" in the drop-down list. A link to the selected type of report will be copied in the clipboard.

Direct link to the report from "See results" page

Also you may get a direct link to a report from "Full report" or "Brief report" pages. For example, to get a direct link to a full report, open the "Full report" page and click "More" in the top menu, then click the "Direct link to the report" button. A link to the full report will be copied in the clipboard.

Direct link to the report from "Full report" page

The mechanism for obtaining a direct link to a short report is the same as to a full report.

An external user who has followed a direct link will be able to view the report and text metrics (if this function is enabled), print the report to a page, and export the report (if this function is enabled). You cannot edit a report using a direct link.

The user can also share a link to a recheck report or a report with corrections. To do this, in the report history, open the version of the report or adjustment you are interested in. After that, perform the steps described above.

Certificate

Verification certificate is the filled form with the results of the check.

Please, pay your attention that the functionality allows you to download only a filled form, which is not a legally significant document. You can certify it in your organization. Only your organization can give the legal effect to it.

To download certificate select the document in the workspace and click the “See results” button. After this click on "Download" button and select "Certificate" in the drop-down list.

"Certificate" button on the "See results" page

Also you may download certificate from "Full report" or "Brief report" pages. To do this, open the page with the report and click on the "Certificate" button in the top menu.

"Certificate" button

Window of downloading of certificate's form will open. Fill in the required field "Author full name". After filling of the fields, click on "Generate certificate" – this will start the loading of the form.

Form of downloading of the certificate's form

The user with the "Student" role also may download a certificate from the student's workspace. To do this, tick the selected paper and click on the "Certificate" button in the top panel. After that the dowloading of the certificate's form will start.

"Certificate" button in the student's workspace

The created form displays information about the author and the paper, the percent of reuses, citation, self-citations and originality, the date of evaluation, the list of search modules (for which the evaluation was made), the user, who evaluated the paper. The "Signature date" and "Signature of reviewer" fields are left empty to be filled in by hand.

Filled form of the certificate

Access to Digital library

The user has the access to the digital library, where the students' papers (papers, loaded into the tasks, created by the teacher) will be stored. To go to digital library, click on the "Menu" icon and select "Digital library". You will automatically go to the page of the storage of final qualifying students' papers (FQP).

The home page of digital library

On the opened page you will see the latest uploaded papers in digital library and the sections, where they are stored.

To find an required paper, enter the name of the paper in the search bar "Search in DSpace".

For automatic loading of students' papers in digital library, during the creation or editing of the task in the "Antiplagiat" system, tick "Save to the corporate digital library system".

The form of creating a task with the ticked option "Save to the corporate digital library system"

During the marking for sending of this task to the archive, the latest versions of the uploaded students' papers will be automatically published in the digital library.

You can go to the certain student's paper in digital library. To do this, go to the archive courses on the "Workspace" page and select the appropriate paper. The "Reading version" will open, click on "Digital library".

The link to the digital library from "Reading version"