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Duolingo (WaniPlus ordering)

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This is a deck built from my Duolingo "Words" page. which currently includes ~3233 words (having gotten to level 1 in all Duo lessons, and to level 4 or 5 in about 90% of them), with card order determined lexicographically from: 1. Summed WaniKani level (sum of WK level for each Kanji character in a word; 61 is added for Kanji not in WK; 0 is added for Kana) 2. Number of Kanji in word 3. Summed stroke complexity (sum of number of strokes per character in word; 0.0 added for Kana, 50.0 for characters not detected in kanjiapi.dev) 4. The product of the number of Kun+On readings per character, over all characters (with 1.0 used for Kana) 5. A simple count of the number of characters in the word The idea behind this deck is to structure Duolingo learning similarly to WaniKani: from simple Kanji (or pure Kana words) to more complex Kanji, and specifically to build off of previously learned WaniKani content. Because order is lexicographic, the other complexity measures in rules 2-5 are used as tie-breakers; in practice, rule 1 (the WK rule) determines most of the ordering, and I'm unsure how frequently the 5th rule is ever invoked, if at all. Some caveats: - I haven't finished the Duolingo tree yet, though I think this deck includes at least 95% or so of all Duolingo vocabulary in my current tree (the 131 skill, 731 lessons tree). I will update this deck once I've fully completed the Duo tree - Anki Cards provided are from Kanji prompt (or Kana, if Jisho's tag says the word is typically written in Kana) to a combined meaning/Kana answer, which is the format I've found most useful. I have automation to build several other Card types, if there's interest, though - The deck-building code uses the jisho.org API to search for terms and takes the first definition; this won't always be the one you want, but it usually is, in my experience, and manual edits can of course be made where you disagree - The deck-building code uses kanjiapi.dev to get stroke counts, numbers of Kun/On readings, etc. This is useful mostly for Kanji that are contained in their database of 13K Kanji; it will be less useful for obscure Kanji that they do not have curated - The code I wrote to produce this is a work in progress, and a bit messy, particularly the ordering code, which I most recently added. I'm satisfied with the ordering of this deck, currently, but it is of course entirely possible there are errors in the ordering code

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Kanji
Meaning part, portion, share
Kana ぶん
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Kanji 当たる
Meaning to be hit, to strike
Kana あたる
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Kanji 終身刑
Meaning life imprisonment, life sentence
Kana しゅうしんけい
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