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DIE HOCHMÜTIGE DOHLE UND DER PFAU

Einst lebte eine Dohle, voll von eitlem Stolz, die stahl sich Federn, die dem Pfau entfallen warn und putzte sich damit. Das eigne Dohlenvolk ver- achtend trat sie in der schönen Pfauen Reihn. Der Unver- schämten reißt man hier die Federn aus, jagt sie mit Schnäbeln. Und die Dohle, bös verbleit will wieder nun betrübt zu ihrem Volk zurück. Die aber stoßen sie von sich, mit herbem Schimpf. Und eine derer, die zuvor verachtet, sprach zu ihr “Hätt’ unsre Lebensart dir vormals conveniert, hätt’st du, was die Natur dir schenkte, akzeptiert, dann wär dir weder jene Schande widerfahrn noch müsstest du zum Unglück jetzt verstoßen sein.”

Diese Version von Aesops Fabel ist aus Wilfried Strohs Sammlung von Übersetzungen von Jan Novák: “Aesopia”, die auf Geschichten von Phaedrus basieren.

Test 2010: S10-40 PlagiarismChecker

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Software Profile

ID S10-40
Product PlagiarismChecker
Company Darren Hom
Web Site http://www.plagiarismchecker.com
Software Type Online
Costs free
Test Date 2010-09-15

Testoverview

Ranking for all tests: 21
Ranking for tests 10-40: 19
Ranking for tests 31-40: 25
Usability: 19
Professionalism 16
Middle Ranking 20
Effectiveness (Grade): F
Overall Ranking: 23

useless


Summary

PlagiarismChecker is a system that seems to have been produced in 2006. It has a box for pasting in text, or a URL can be given. It just looks up phrases in Google and redirects you to the Google results page, so you can check it yourself, there are no reports prepared. It will truncate sentences at 32 words, which appears to be the limit for the Google API. It runs into an occasional PHP error, or an internal server error, but we were able to complete the tests, although it only managed to achieve 42% of the overall effectiveness points.


Company Statement


Screenshots


Screenshot 1: The user interface


Screenshot 2: At some points, the text is shortened


Screenshot 3: The results are shown in Google


Business Promotion

“PlagiarismChecker.com allows you to search for several phrases from a student’s paper at the same time without having to type quotation marks or special operators, which most search engines require if you’re trying to look for exact copies of a student’s writing. This site automatically adds the quotation marks and special operators for you.

Other plagiarism detection services are available, but some only work if you buy subscriptions. Most of these services also require students to turn their papers in through a Web site, which is difficult for students who do not have access to the Internet. PlagiarismChecker.com is free and works on any papers, whether students e-mail them to you or turn in hard copies.”


Links

official website http://www.plagiarismchecker.com