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This is part 1 of 2 of the NHK Ojad Pitch Accent Deck Abridged edition, you can find more information about this deck at the video below, you can also find a full version of this deck with 70,000 cards with full audio. This deck has been split into 2 pieces due to size limits on Anki web.
Sample (from 1250 notes)
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WAY too many issues to make for a comfortable learning experience. Biggest issue is that cards spontaneously straight up miss all information and have no audio. Second biggest issue is how bad the frequency detection is. Extremely uncommon words which merely share readings with common words appear early. It's evident the method used here was extremely flawed and it's sad Yoga didn't even bother going through the first few hundred cards and fix them up so people can get at least a basic grasp on pitch accent with a decent deck. I also don't know why you need a "のアクセントは?" on every single card, this screams bad design. I don't know why other people rate this high, except for the fact that there does not seem to be a decent deck anywhere. I'm disappointed but will probably keep using it while fixing all the issues because I'm not seeing a good pitch deck anywhere.
To answer someone else question, オ is just a place marker for particles.
On the back of the card there is a 助詞 (meaning particle) section where you see オ. This will only appear for nouns and/or な-adjectives, since those are the words that will be followed by a particle. This オ is showing you how particle X will attach to the word and watch accent it will have with particle X.
Why do so many cards end with an オ though?
Domo ariagato gozaimasu!
Don't know how you managed to rip the audio from the epwings but good work.
Wow, this is crazy!!
I wish I had this when I first started studying pitch accent!! This is a game changer