Consolidation statistics / graphs

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Aleksej

11 Dec, 2013 09:05 PM

http://supermemo.com/help/g.htm#consolidation and http://supermemo.com/help/faq/learn.htm describe "consolidation", a number calculated for a given day, which says how well you remembered or rated cards after having reviewed them on that day.

Does anyone have experience with such statistics? Maybe somebody has made an add-on or some other tool to get that or related stats?

  1. 1 Posted by Soren Bjornstad on 11 Dec, 2013 11:16 PM

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    No experience, but it sounds like it would be more useful than
    retention percentage on a given day studied (although, to be fair, it
    measures something slightly different).

  2. 2 Posted by Vit on 06 Jan, 2014 02:07 AM

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    M-syne has a chart of Retention % per day.
    It is not useful at all; daily score only deceives user and pushes him to make decision which are not statistically valid - unless you review >=100 of roughly the same degree of difficulty.

    But if this stats were Cumulative and broken down ( like Anki does ) by decks - i am longing for this stat for a year.
    Since Anki programmers community is large and active; I think I should place a suggestion .

    Soren, maybe your crew can you write one and make it part of Anki - instead of plugin ?

  3. 3 Posted by Soren Bjornstad on 06 Jan, 2014 04:22 PM

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    Soren, maybe your crew can you write one and make it part of Anki - instead of plugin ?

    I am not interested in writing this, but if an add-on is created and it proves useful, we will consider adding it to Anki.

  4. Soren Bjornstad closed this discussion on 07 Feb, 2014 04:05 PM.

  5. Aleksej re-opened this discussion on 25 Mar, 2014 06:07 PM

  6. Aleksej closed this discussion on 25 Mar, 2014 06:14 PM.

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