Copyleaks is an advanced cloud platform for tracking and tracing content on the web. Copyleaks enables various content related usages:
Copyleaks can benefit anyone who ever published or wrote textual content. Whether you wrote a short assignment for school or own a small blog, or you work for a big publishing company or academic institution, you have to protect your content from plagiarism and make sure it is original. Our 3 main services were developed for these groups:
Copyleaks offers a free scan of textual content for plagiarism up to a limit of 10 pages a month, which equals 10 Copyleaks credits (a page contains up to 250 words). For higher volumes you can find the plan that fits your needs and purchase credits. The links to the different plans: Academic Plans, Businesses Plans, Academic API plans, Businesses API plans, Websites API plans.
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Copyleaks has a very advanced cloud search software that searches for your content on billions of webpages, sites and also online databases. Our algorithms find comprehensive yet accurate results and work in almost every language.
We currently offer an Android app that is fully connected to your desktop account and supports physical content scans as well as digital content (files and URLs). Easily take a photo of text and scan it in seconds to see if there is duplicate content. This feature is available in most languages.
Copyleaks supports scans of content in a variety of languages (all Unicode languages), including Asian languages.
You can scan content for plagiarism in different file types and format. Currently, we support the following content types:
TXT(UTF8 encoded) files, submitted by URL.
jpeg. The files must contain textual content and only the text will be scanned by Copyleaks.
Signing up to Copyleaks is very easy. Click here to get started.
It depends on which Copyleaks service you are using. On the Academic and Businesses services, go to your Dashboard and choose ‘Add New’. This is where you can choose between the scan of a file, URL or raw text. On the Websites service, choose 'Add new site' and then press on ‘Protected Pages’ to add webpages on your site that you would like to scan for plagiarism. You can also choose ‘Sitemaps’ and then add your site’s sitemap. This will scan all of the pages defined in your sitemap for plagiarism.
It depends on which Copyleaks service you are using. On the Academic and Businesses services, go to your Dashboard and choose the content that you wish to see its results from ‘Your Scans’. This is where you will see a list of results ordered by the percentage of similar content. You can also press on ‘compare’ to see the full text comparison between your content and the specific result. On the Websites service, go to your site’s ‘Overview’ and choose ‘Results Found’. You can press the icon on the ‘Compare’ column to receive the text comparison with the specific result.
The results that appear contain similar content to yours. Copyleaks automatically highlights the similar content for you to easily scan through. Switch between your original content and the similar content to find if there has been plagiarism.
Click on the result, and choose to share through social media platforms or email. A link will be sent to that specific result.
Our system has a unique algorithm that is able to find various levels of duplicate content. We can detect a similar string of words, paraphrasing, and sentence restructuring.
If you would like the content you upload and scan to not appear in our database, simply click your username in the top right corner, go to "Settings", "Account Settings" and uncheck the statement.
While each case is unique, there are a few variable to keep in mind. The amount of content you have uploaded. A document of 250 words is very different from a 10,000 word document. This can affect the percentage of similar content from very small to a larger number. This is why you can view the similar passages that are highlighted easily to decide if there is legitimate plagiarism. If you are a student, there is typically a percentage of similar content you must stay under. Many teachers have a range of 20-30%, so this is a good bar to set when you receive your results.