Plagiarism: UNPLAG Plagiarism Checker Plugin

plagiarism_unplag
Maintained by unicheck Ben Larson, Picture of Aleksandr Kostylev Aleksandr Kostylev
Designed based on educators’ feedback, Unplag is a plagiarism detection engine helping educators spot plagiarism. To start using the app, please register at https://unicheck.com or get in touch with the sales team at sales@unicheck.com. It takes a few minutes to set-up your account and get the ball rolling. This plugin integrates with assignment, forum and workshop activities in Moodle to check user-submitted content for plagiarism.
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It's an old version of the plugin. To use the new plugin you should go to Unicheck Plagiarism Checker Plugin


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Ben Larson (Lead maintainer)
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Aleksandr Kostylev: Developers Team Lead
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Eugene Utekhin: Developer
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Vadim Titov: Developer
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  • unicheck
    Thu, 10 Sep 2015, 5:04 PM
    done.
  • unicheck
    Wed, 23 Sep 2015, 3:21 PM
    We closed all issues on Github and from this comments, can you take a look to this plugin again?
  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Wed, 23 Sep 2015, 5:22 PM

    Hi Mikhail. Sorry for the delays. The approval reviews team has been busy recently with other tasks related to the upcoming feature freeze for Moodle 3.0. We will do our best to get to all pending reviews ASAP. Thanks for understanding and your patience.

  • unicheck
    Wed, 23 Sep 2015, 5:31 PM
    Thank you for response!
  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Sat, 3 Oct 2015, 10:34 PM

    Hi again. Sorry to inform you the plugins team is still busy with other urgent development tasks for the upcoming Moodle 3.0 release, so please expect further delays in the review and approval process. Thanks for your understanding and patience, we will do our best to get to reviewing your plugin soon.

  • unicheck
    Wed, 7 Oct 2015, 5:38 PM
    Thank you for response! We and our clients are waiting for this approve.
  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Wed, 14 Oct 2015, 4:07 AM

    Hi Mikhail. Thanks again for your patience and for the changes done to the code based on the feedback here. This seems to be good to go now. I just raised some more questions in your tracker to make sure I understand the intentions well (issues #7 to #10). I do understand that no software is ever perfect and that approving a plugin here is just a start of its future evolution via regular updates, not a final state. I'll be happy to approve your plugin a go once the raised questions in the tracker are clarified / confirmed.

  • unicheck
    Thu, 15 Oct 2015, 4:59 PM
    I have fixed issues you have created on github.
  • Picture of David Mudrák
    Thu, 15 Oct 2015, 6:56 PM

    Thanks Mikhail. I am not sure the issue about set_config() component was fixed properly (see details in the tracker), but I am not going to block the approval any more. I am sure you will promptly fix all the bugs should they be reported by your clients. Good luck with maintaining this. You are cleared to land, welcome to the Plugins directory!

  • unicheck
    Fri, 16 Oct 2015, 3:29 PM
    This is fixed now. Thanks a lot for reviewing our code and make our plugin more stable and more compatible with last versions of moodle!
  • Picture of Gennadiy Kobylyansky
    Tue, 3 Nov 2015, 5:33 PM
    Please place a translated version of plugin. https://lang.moodle.org/local/amos/contrib.php?id=12540
    Thanks.
  • Picture of Ivan Klymenko
    Fri, 22 Jul 2016, 9:43 PM
    Dear Moodle community, I would like to warn everyone that comment posted under the user name "Rachel Obrien" on 22nd July is a fake and not true. Unplag does not run any online advertisements these days, neither we have functionality in our system to amend submitted material (auto-correct features or anything similar). Unplag's report uses color marks to show similar text, citations, and references (the report is a separate file from original submission). Specifically, Unplag reports that show up in Moodle as a result of using a plugin or LTI tool - are separate files from original submissions, therefore no amendments are possible to files submitted by students. In the standalone version at Unplag.com, a user can upload a file(s) and run a check, but not amend it. The system does not alter the submission in any way either. I have reported this comment as a spam to Moodle administrators.

    Disclosure, I am a Partnership Manager at Unplag.
  • Picture of Dan Zhao
    Sat, 22 Jul 2017, 3:36 AM
    I was notified of the change from Unplag to Unicheck, and the Essentials Plan is what my non-profit university have decided to use. I filled out the sign up form but it is taking me days to become registered because the support team (not the sales team) is continuing to ask me various questions before I can have an account. We do not have any doubts about which plan to choose from, so there is no need for extra clarification from Unicheck support. We have already decided on the plan to use, or start with at first and then if necessary upgrade from there.
  • Picture of Ivan Klymenko
    Mon, 24 Jul 2017, 8:03 PM
    Dear Dan, we're trying to respond as soon as possible for request, please, mind that you wrote on Fri and it's early Mon Our support team works 24/5, so you might not get immediate response on Sat/Sun. We're looking at your request and will reach out to you via email. I appreciate your patience and continued interest in Unicheck.
  • Picture of Olena Mazevych
    Tue, 25 Jul 2017, 9:58 PM
    Dear Madigan,
    Thank you for your interest in our product. We have three different pricing models, one of them is free. For more information, please contact us via contact form on Unicheck.com. We looking forward to your review about Unicheck.
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