Check-For-Plag for Publishers/Societies

Easy-to-use interface to prevent plagiarism

Check-For-Plag delivers a solution developed to meet the specific demands of academic publishers in order to:

Ensure due diligence and prevent academic misconduct before it occurs.

Reduce time spent investigating and adjudicating misconduct cases.

Protect the reputation of institution, researcher or advisor, writer and publisher.


  • Check-For-Plag is designed for speed and ease-of-use so that academic researchers can quickly upload, check and examine documents in just a few minutes.
  • Check-For-Plag is accessed through a web-based interface and requires little to no training.
  • Check-For-Plag helps researchers share documents and collaborate as groups.
  • Most scientific, technical and medical researchers and authors are exceptionally skilled in a specific field. When it comes to writing a manuscript or thesis, they are honed into their area of study, sifting through a massive amount of data, experimentation and prior research to examine a new idea or theory.
  • No matter how exceptional a piece of research material is, if it does not meet the proper requirements of a journal, it may not even be considered for publication.

Check-For-Plag for Publishers

Service offers publishers a way to compare documents against the largest comparison database of scientific, technical and medical content.

More than 182 Million published research articles, conference proceedings and e-books have been indexed into the Check-For-Plag database by leading publishers, making it the largest comparison database.

Plagiarism in Scientific Publishing

Scientific publishing is the crucial product of scientist work. Number of publications and their quoting are measures of scientist success while unpublished researches are invisible to the scientific community, and as such fictional.

Although the truth should be the aim of scientific research, it is not guiding fact for all scientists. The best way to reach the truth in its study and to avoid the methodological and ethical mistakes is to consistently apply scientific methods like CFP(Check-For-Plag) and ethical standards in research.

Publications are the end-products of the scientific work, and their quantity and citability are keys to the promotion of scientists. Once published, a scholarly paper becomes a source for references, post publication review and critique. To contribute to the bulk of knowledge of evidence-based medicine, the paper should be credible. It should be based on optimal research design and reporting.

By claiming authorship of scholarly works, researchers get promotion and numerous other academic benefits. However, they also become responsible for what they publish and influence future publications, and science and education at large.

Plagiarism for Publishers/Societies

Authors should:

  • Always follow rules of properly citing references, acknowledging ideas taken at conferences and formal/informal discussions.
  • References must contain full bibliographic information.
  • Each source cited in the text must be listed in the bibliography.
  • Quotation marks should be used if more than 6 consecutive words are copied.
  • Obtain permission from other authors/publishers to reproduce copyright-protected graphics or text.
  • It should be also noted that plagiarism can be detected electronically by CFP.

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