can we share our original code here,?
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if wee use it for further reserchor thesis with out without plagrisam.
Image Analyst on 24 Feb 2023
Of course. If you have a question about it then you should post it here.
It it's thoroughly debugged, robust, general, and flexible enough for other people to use with their own data, then you can upload it to the File Exchange.
Rik on 24 Feb 2023
The main point of plagiarism is not that text cannot exist anywhere else, but that you are clear about authorship. Some style guides require you to self-cite as well, meaning that if you have already published something in another location at an earlier date, you should mention that earlier location. That way you always link back to the original.
If you have any doubts, always check with your supervisors. They may have their own standards, which may be more strict than the generally accepted guidelines Image Analyst or I are used to.
Walter Roberson on 24 Feb 2023
Apparently, the automated cheating detection systems do not generally give citations to establish proof of copying. And there have been reports that some of the markers refuse to listen. There is also the challenge of proving that a particular Answers account is associated with a particular student.
Another issue is that in some places the rule is that the only people you can ask for assistance is the TAs, that even asking a different student to explain a question (without solving it) is considered a violation.
Jan on 24 Feb 2023
Edited: Jan on 24 Feb 2023
The FileExchange is a suiting location for sharing code, while the Answers forum is not.
Plagiarism does only occur, if the copying persons do not mention the author of the code. So include the copyright information directly in the files. There are attached license files also, but they are lost frequently.
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