Originality and Plagiarism Check
“Plagiarism; is to present the original ideas, methods, data or works of others as one’s own work, in whole or in part, without attribution in accordance with scientific rules (CoHE Scientific Research and Publication Ethics Directive, 4/1a).”
InTraders aims to publish original and scientific research in line with its publication principles. In this context, InTraders undertakes not to publish against publication ethics and all articles submitted to the InTraders are subject to plagiarism/similarity control by the secretariat at the pre-control stage.
InTraders uses programs that provide similarity reports to detect possible plagiarism in articles.
The InTraders Editorial Board determined the upper limit of the general similarity rate in articles as 20%.
In this context, a plagiarism report is created with the help of programs that provide similarity reports for all articles submitted to the InTraders, and the report is sent to the author via the system. However, the decision of whether the article contains plagiarism is not made solely on the basis of the results of the plagiarism report. The editor examines the citation system used in the article along with the report in question and explains his final decision. The editor’s final decision may be to send it back to the author for necessary corrections, or it may be to reject the article.