Review Heatmap0.07MB. Updated 2017-02-19. Only supports Anki 2.0.x.
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Just one problem is that after I imported a shared deck, the due dates for this deck appeared in my heat map. I used the "Reset card(s) scheduling information / progress" addon on this deck, but they still show up on my heat map.
I noticed a problem though. There are some 'empty' days in the heat map, but I remember well and I'm sure that I did study on those days. Some other days also show less cards reviewed that I remember reviewing. Could it be because I used AnkiDroid? I'm not sure though if the days I used AnkiDroid on and the empty days in the heat map correlate with each other 100 percent, it's just a suspicion.
I like this add-on for its concise yet useful visualisation of one's review progress. It gives a nice breakdown by days, weeks, and (optionally) months. I like its forecast function too. Thanks for the great add-on and its high quality.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "aqt\webview.py", line 152, in _linkHandler
File "aqt\toolbar.py", line 74, in _linkHandler
File "aqt\toolbar.py", line 94, in _statsLinkHandler
File "aqt\main.py", line 732, in onStats
File "C:\Users\lenovo\AppData\Roaming\Anki2\addons\review_heatmap\main.py", line 340, in my_statswindow_init
File "aqt\stats.py", line 89, in refresh
File "anki\stats.py", line 124, in report
File "anki\hooks.py", line 61, in repl
File "C:\Users\lenovo\AppData\Roaming\Anki2\addons\true_retention_graph.py", line 161, in new_progressGraphs
IndexError: list index out of range
Útil para verificar o progresso dos estudos.
A must add-on to carry you forward through dark Anki days. ;-)
Visualization is always more informative than numbers. Once more glutanimate rocked with an awesome add-on.
This visualization helps me with motivation! It is very nice, thank you!
It's nice to visualize progress this way, thank you very much!
Idéia incrível. Excelente.
Existe uma versão desse add on, para ankidroid ?
Seria muito legal ...
Great way for me to see how well I am keeping up with my review. For those who are having issues with not being able to see the Customizable option menu, follow the manual installation instructions. This worked for me.
This add-on is really useful if you want to keep track of your learning "flow". Purely amazing!
It would be interesting to create a link that leads to the study of these cards by the day selected in the application.
??In the last update it is described that a customization option was created in the tools menu. But the add-on is not appearing on the Tools menu. So I do not have access to your customization options. The add-on only appears under "Add-ons." (System microsoft windows XP)
Thank you so much.
Last year I reviewed between 200 and 900 cards daily (with a few exceptions). The map looks fantastic. So much work…
Tools like these are great because they not only provide information but also encourage one to do even more – in particular, not to miss a single day. It's super stimulating!
I'm on macOS 10.11.
But I agree with the previous comment of high daily review counts just becomes a wall of blacks. I review on avg about 200 cards per day.
Nevertheless it is very interesting see the heatmap when I scroll back to a few years ago when I just first started anki (doing 50-100 cards/day).
Sorry I don't have any better idea on how to help make it better tho :(.
For decks with large numbers of reviews (my daily reviews tend to average somewhere between 200 to 500 cards), the heatmap just looks black, despite there being up to 300 review differences between different days:
Makes it not overly interesting if I can only differentiate visually between days where I happened to only do none, a few dozen, or my normal days.
Consider adding more shades of green to allow for more groups and to change the batch sizes instead of being in groups of 20, to a sliding scale where the batches grow as you go up in number. For example, a scale more like [0, 1-25, 25-60, 60-100, 100-175, 175-300, 300-500, 500+] would probably make the graph interesting both for people with small number of reviews a day (4 color categories below 100) and for people like me with a large number of reviews.
A great extension, thank you very much.
I suggest to add this extension to the next version of Anki.