Document and submitter information
Shows the document name and unique URKUND number. Click the document name to download or open
the document in its original form. In order to be able to use the document you need to have a word
processor that supports the file format in question.
Information about when the document was submitted, who sent it and to whose analysis address it was
sent. If the sender has not registered his name through the document confirmation e‐mail only the e‐mail
address is displayed.
The quantitative significance indicates, in color and in text, how much of the analysed document that has
also been found in other sources. This value is recalculated if sources or Blocks are deactivated during the
review process. The quantitative significance reports, in color and text, how much of the analyzed
document that was also found in other sources. If sources or highlights are turned off by the user during
the review process, this value is recalculated dynamically.
Changes made in the analysis during the review remains as long as the browser is open. If the browser is
closed the analysis reverts to its original state. In order to "save" a selection of sources and highlights, the
link to the adjusted analysis must be stored locally, or e‐mailed to the inbox via the "Share" feature (see
F.3). If the analysis is exported to PDF (see F.2) only active markings.
Displays the subject line and the beginning of the email message, if any. If the text is long, the remainder is
viewable by clicking the link "Show full message".
Note: The quantitative significance does not automatically mean that there is plagiarism in the
document. There may be good reasons that parts of the text are also present in other sources. For a
founded suspicion of attempted deception to occur it is required that highlights, discovered sources
and the original document first are reviewed carefully.