Flashcard Statistics

Discussion in 'Pleco for Android' started by daal, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. daal

    daal 举人

    I have several thousand flashcards sorted into a large number of categories and sub-categories. I also have a number of different tests - listening recognition, character writing etc. -for which I select certain categories to study. Each of my tests has its own scorefile.

    What I would like to see when I look at statistics is how I am doing with regard to the cards I have chosen to study. So for example if I have chosen 500 words that I want to learn how to write, it would be more interesting for me to know that I have learned x out of 500 words than out of my total thousands of flashcards, and currently pleco only shows me the latter.

    I would appreciate it if you would consider adding such an option.
  2. mikelove

    mikelove 皇帝 Staff Member

    You can actually do that now - just choose that category from the 'category' section at the top of Statistics to see statistics for cards in that category.
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  3. daal

    daal 举人

    Thanks - I should have known that something like what I was looking for was already available. It isn't perfect though, because my flashcards often come from several categories and statistics only lets me choose one (unless I missed that option too), but it does let me figure out what I want to know by checking the statistics of the categories successively.
  4. Marc

    Marc 举人

    I second daal's wish. (http://plecoforums.com/threads/statistics-for-currently-set-card-categories-in-flashcard-test.4900/)

    Unfortunately the statistics the way they are now (one single category or all at once) are pretty much useless for me as I learn flashcards from many categories. I guess this is the case for most users learning with normal teaching materials with many chapters. Yes, one learns one single chapter at a time. But one also needs to keep on repeating all the past ones. And there it is quite difficult to guess one's current level of overall proficiency or oblivion without any statistics.

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