There are four important parts of an analysis report view that you should know about:
Top left – Information regarding the analysed document:
Here you can find some information about the document like the submitter, the receiver, the date it arrived to Urkund etc.
Top right – Sources
All of the sources that were found that could be relevant for the document are listed here. This includes previously submitted documents and web sources. There are three kinds of sources:
Sources – These are the sources that has been found to have one or more significant similarities to the analysed document and have been deemed most relevant for the significance score of the analysis report.
Alternative sources – These sources have one or more significant similarities to the analysed document but have not been included in the previous category, most often because the matching paragraphs of these (alternative) sources are already covered in a source from the previous category of sources.
Sources not used – These sources are often documents that seemed to be significant for the analysis in the initial stage of the analysis but have then proven to not be significant enough to be part of one of the other categories of sources.
Bottom left – The text of the submitted document:
This is the text that our software has managed to copy-paste from the submitted document. This process disregards all of the formatting of the original document. If there is an inconsistency between the text viewed in the analysis report and that in the original document, we recommend you to look through the document thoroughly for any hidden characters, deceptive formatting etc.
Bottom right – The text of the matching paragraph in the currently selected source:
This section shows you the text that was found be significantly similar to the analysed document and its score, displayed in percent similarity. You can also find the some information regarding the selected source by hovering over it.
You can find more information regarding the functionality of the analysis report in this reference sheet.