Learning Step and Review Interval Retention
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- 2.1.0-2.1.50+ (updated 2022-03-15)
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I want to find out whether my "New interval" for lapses is set too high or too low at 75%. In order to do that I can activate advanced mode and look at the "Graduation" number. Is that right?
I have separated my deck options now to show in your add on as different intervals like subdeck 1 has 1441 min, subdeck 2 1442, subdeck 3 1443, 7201, 7202, 7203.
However I cannot find a way how to calculate my graduating interval percentage. Could you help me out? I also don't understand the lapsed cards column. Because of the many settings I have a few numbers lying there. What does lapse card failure mean? It counts a graduated card that I failed and see it after 20 mins and fail it again?
You can estimate the percentage of correct answers for graduated cards from the first review graph. Your graduation interval should show up as a spike in the number of answers. It will, of course, include any other cards in review that just happen to have the same interval, and those will skew the ratio somewhat.
I might add an option to show the first review as a learning step, if I can get it to work reliably and fast enough. It is a bit tricky because Anki doesn’t make a distinction between the first and later reviews in the review log.
As far as I know, this addon doesn’t use the word lapse anywhere. Based on your description I’m guessing you might mean the cram column. It contains reviews that you have done outside the normal schedule with a filtered deck.
PROBABLY THE FREAKING BEST EXTENSION TO ADJUST LEARNING STEPS / DECK!!!!!!!!!!
Can the rounding of steps be disabled?
My steps are non-integer amount of minutes (because of this add-on). The add-on shows integers. I read the code and thought it's what Anki gives it, but the add-on still distinguishes them, so I am not sure.
If you mean the somewhat quirky way learning steps are displayed, that's just how Anki stores those in the review log.
Edit: It didn't even occur to me that Anki supports non-integer learning steps. The latest version shows those as minutes and seconds.
Please note that if your performance has stayed about the same over time, the graphs will look very similar regardless of the selected time span. The scale on the right side of the graph should still change to reflect the total number of reviews.
If you are sure this add-on is showing wrong numbers, please list any other add-ons you are using, and I will investigate the issue.