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Dear professionals,

In my previous discussion, some of my professional colleagues suggested for anti plagiarism softwarelike Urkund, Turnitin, etc. But due to cost factor we cannot purchase these software for our library.

However, I have found some software like quetext and paperrater. Please give your valuable suggestion about these to purchase.

Thanks in anticipation 

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There are a few opensource tools available. You can use and test them before using it for the real-data check.  Some important issues which people do not know about plagiarism checkers are given below. They do only word or string matches and fail to correlate concepts. People who are good in text mining can able to do a few exercises to bring down the plagiarism rates, but they have a high level of overlap in reality. Also, a few tools are available to write papers automatically. These platforms are produced using AI and machine learning and evade any plagiarism check. The real plagiarism check is not confined to these tools alone. There are many other resources available and unfortunately, in the academic community people do know all!

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