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Graduate Studies

Analyzing originality of a document

1. On the main course page – where the Assignment Overview shows – select Plagiarism Submission Details. You will find this above the table.

2. You may sort through a large collection of submitted files using filters.

  • Click Filters.
    • Choose your sorting parameters.
      • Click Apply Filters.

The Submission Details window shows filters that can be opened by clicking on the arrow icon to the right of the filter title. The Apply Filters button below the filters is highlighted in dark blue.

3 Once you find the correct document, click on Show Details [+] to expand the submission. A table will appear showing

  • file name
  • status (whether analyzed or not)
  • significance score and
  • last updated (referring to the last upload date).

Note: The analysis takes time and only when the green checkmark is showing and the status reads as analyzed may the score report be viewed.

4.  To view the analysis report,

  • Click on the file name in the table.
    • In the pop-up window, click View Report. This will launch a new window or tab in the browser and take you to the Urkund website.

5. For first-time users, consider downloading the Urkund Report Quick Start Guide PDF guide to help you navigate the report.

Urkund Analysis page


Download the report

A permanent copy of the report can be downloaded from the Urkund/Ouriginal site, by clicking on the download arrow in the upper right corner of the Analysis Overview web page.

The Analysis Overview page with a red arrow to the right on the page, highlighting the "download" icon which is in between a circular arrow icon and a question mark icon.