Quetext’s highlight feature is its powerful DeepSearch™ Technology, which works beyond exact word or phrase matching for plagiarism. The technology quickly searches its database of billions of documents across the web, and even considers web pages that do not get a lot of traffic.
For any detected plagiarized texts or phrases, you can utilize the Citation Assistant. It generates citations in MLA, APA, and Chicago formats based on the details you input. It’s an especially useful feature for those working on academic papers.
For easier reviewing, the software uses color underlining through ColorGrade™ Feedback to indicate whether a text is an exact match or inexact match. Red underlines usually mean a 90% to 100% match while orange indicates up to an 89% match. Not all plagiarism detection software applications have color codes in their reports, which makes this feature a pro for Quetext.
Text Similarity Detection
With contextual analysis, Quetext examines the words surrounding a phrase and detects any similar contexts from other sources. Fuzzy matching, meanwhile, catches texts that have several words changed in an attempt to disguise plagiarism.