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Our pricing varies greatly.

For individual usage we have fixed pricing for each product:

Plagiarism Detector: http://www.plagiarism-detector.com/plagiarism-detector-buy-now.php
Plagiarism Detector Accumulator Server: http://www.plagiarism-detector.com/plagiarism-detector-accumulator-server-subscriptions.php

Institutional licenses start from 500 (subject to change, we decide for each client separately) usd and up to 15000 (subject to change, we decide for each client separately) usd.
We form quotes for each quote request individually.

What is the difference?

- You can purchase an individual license for your personal needs.
- If you use our products in your organization or for business purposes - you need to apply for an institutional license.

- What happens if you purchase Individual license and use it in business scope?
- Our products report statistics per each user. We may cancel your license if we detect the violation of your policies.

Why so different?

- Our products are heavily used in institutions that generate profit, laterally - our products are involved.
- Our products are used by multiple users.
- We do provide quality support.
- These are mostly single-time purchase licenses, in most cases they are cheaper than subscription based ones if you consider longer periods of time.

Lastly - our prices are competitive. They are not big, really.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Generation Time and Date
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:52:28 PM »
This section shows the time and date of the document check.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Document Words Count
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:51:50 PM »
This section shows number of words in the original document checked.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Document Name
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:51:12 PM »
This section shows the name of the original document checked.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Document Location
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:50:35 PM »
This section shows the location of the original document checked at the computer it was checked at.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Processed Resources List
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:49:53 PM »
This section gives some information about the sources, that were considered as possible sources of Plagiarism and the status of their check.
Processed OK count refers to the number of sources that were successfully downloaded and analyzed while the Failed counter refers to the number of sources that failed to load and thus were not checked.

For example: a big PDF file on the Internet was considered as a possible source and the download was initiated. However it was not available at the moment or it failed to load in the given time*. In both cases the document is considered Failed.

By pressing Toggle Resources List you can get a more detailed information on all the possible sources for the document under consideration.

First goes the status of the source: either OK or Failed.
Sources found to contain the text from the document under consideration are listed first, with the numbers of Chars and Words that are similar to those in the checked document.
Failed sources and sources that were not confirmed as having the same text are listed later. Please note, unconfirmed sources are colored with a different tone of Green.


* You can alter the timeout for a document downloading in the Settings > Core Config > Single resource processing timeout section of Plagiarism Detector. The more the time - the longer a document check can take.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Plagiarism Detection Chart
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:47:44 PM »
A special Chart that shows the correlations of different parts of the checked document. It shows the relative amount of Plagiarized part to the Original part of the document and Referenced part if any.

Original Part is marked in Green
All the text, that was not found to be taken from any sources after the check is considered Original.

Plagiarized part in Red
All the text, that was found to originate from some sources which were not referenced in the document is considered Plagiarized.

Referenced Part is in Blue.
Dependent on the settings of the Plagiarism Detector Step-by-step Wizard this may refer to:
- Text taken from any sources that are explicitly mentioned in the document by the means of their URLs. This is a default setting "Detect Active References".
- Any text between quotation marks. This is "Detect Passive References" setting. Please note that this is not a recommended setting!

Linked Part is in Yellow
Small sections of text between two Plagiarized fragments are considered linked and usually refer to altered Plagiarism. For example - one word added into the Plagiarized fragment.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Hot Flags: Wikipedia
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:46:12 PM »
This flag is enabled if any part of the document under consideration if found at wikipedia.org
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Hot Flags
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:44:54 PM »
These flags give some vital information about the nature of Plagiarism found in the document. If coloured - the flag is up, the relating feature was found. Greyed - nothing of this kind was found.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions / Plagiarism\Reference\Original Distribution Graph
« Last post by Alexei B. on November 13, 2013, 01:44:08 PM »
This section shows the distribution of the different types of text within the document and sites those parts are taken from.

Please note, the graph does not necessarily show all the sections, but only the bigger ones.
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