Is there an 'offline' plagiarism checker / way to compare two articles?

Profile picture of the author Beau by Beau Posted: 10/08/2010
Hi Warriors - is there a way to check if an article you've had re-written is different enough (in Google's eyes) than the original? I'm not talking about plaigerism checkers that search the web to see if there are any articles online that are different to your one, but a way to compare two articles that you already have.

Many thanks,
Beaumont
#articles #checker #compare #offline #plagiarism

  • Profile picture of the author Evan-M
  • Profile picture of the author Beau
    Beau
    Thanks, but I'm after a way to check if an article I have written is original in comparison to another article.
  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    CDarklock
    Basic rule of thumb?

    If you can't tell whether what you wrote is original, it's not.

    You're having trouble because you know better than to say it's original, but you'd just rather not work that hard. So you want a computer program to say "it's okay, we can't tell it's ripped off."

    But you already know it is. And if you can tell, other people can, too.
  • Profile picture of the author venk1986
    venk1986
    Originally Posted by Beau View Post

    Hi Warriors - is there a way to check if an article you've had re-written is different enough (in Google's eyes) than the original? I'm not talking about plaigerism checkers that search the web to see if there are any articles online that are different to your one, but a way to compare two articles that you already have.

    Many thanks,
    Beaumont

    You can get viper plagiarism software. It is free of cost. Using that software you can compare two files. It will give you almost perfect plagiarism level. you can download the software by clicking the link given below.

    Click Here for the Download Page

    Cheers,
    Venk
  • Profile picture of the author Kecia
    Kecia
    Try DupeFree Pro. It's what I use when I rewrite content. You can paste in two articles and hit the compare button. It will tell you how much duplicate content is found between the two articles. It also highlights the duplicate phrases.
  • Profile picture of the author petevamp
    petevamp
    Originally Posted by Beau View Post

    Thanks, but I'm after a way to check if an article I have written is original in comparison to another article.
    Yes there is a piece of software that does this. Free Dup Content Checker. If you have vista you will need to install it out side of the programs file. The best place would be your documents folder. For some reason it has a problem working properly on vista if placed in the program folder but other then that it is a very good tool.

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