DocMatch compares thousands of document files in
multiple directories and subdirectories to determine
which files are the most highly correlated. DocMatch
compares any kinds of documents, comparing text content
and text metadata. DocMatch can be used to significantly
speed up the work of finding plagiarism, because it
can direct the examiner to look closely at a small amount
of text in a handful of files rather than thousands
of combinations. DocMatch is also useful for determining
common authorship of two different documents.
DocMatch compares every file in one directory with
every file in another directory, including all subdirectories
if requested. The full version of DocMatch produces
a database that can then be exported to an HTML report
that lists the most highly correlated pairs of files.
The LT version of DocMatch directly creates the HTML
report. You can click on any particular pair listed
in the HTML basic report see an HTML detailed report
that shows the specific text in the files that caused
the high correlation.
The full version of DocMatch allows searching the Internet
for all references to matching words found in a DocMatch
database. This feature is used to determine whether
words found in two sets of files are commonly used or
not, depending on how many references can be found on
Full or LT?
DocMatch can be licensed as the full version or the
LT version. The full version is the professional tool.
It creates a database containing matching elements between
two sets of documents. The full version can automatically
search the Internet for all references to common terms
and filter them from the database. Also, sophisticated
statistics can be extracted from the database. The LT
version produces an easy-to-read HTML report showing
words, sentences, and paragraphs that are identical
or similar in every pair of documents.
DocMatch can be purchased for unlimited use for one
year. Here's how to get your copy.
- Register for
the free software download.
- Go to the SAFE sales page
and purchase a license.