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Monday, August 1, 2016

Update JA Sensei to version 4.3.1

A brand new statistic module was added that will track your progression and keep you motivated! 

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  Posted on Aug 29, 2016, 3:02:27 PM #3

Kamikater2



I love statistics, the only thing that bothered me even before that upgrade is that what red, yellow and green resembles.
Normally one would assume that the green are the words/kanji that I did right 5 times in a row or something similar, so words that I "mastered". But the colors represent only how soon I have to repeat them again.
Therefore I can be faultless in one of the modules already but all of it is red, because I have to repeat them again in 3 days :/

So I would love to have the statistics (also in display stats) show me how good I'm really doing and not how soon I have to repeat them again :)
Thanks for the great effort!
  Posted on Aug 4, 2016, 10:30:50 PM #2

JRCyrin



Looks great thanks! It is nice to be able to see how I am progressing in each category. Would it be possible to click on each part of the bar chart "Points Distribution by Skill" and get a tooltip, link or help bar pop-up with specific modules, practice tools or other content on the site that could increase that particular skill?

For example, it is pretty clear that practicing Kanji flashcards adds points to the "Kanji" bar. But for "Culture" or "Speaking Ability," I can only assume that to get points in these categories, I have to pass tests for each module or use a specific setting in the online games or interactive tools. It would be great to have a distinct help description: "go here and do this to increase the points in this category."

Much appreciated!
  Posted on Aug 1, 2016, 9:26:04 PM #1

Shadowslip71



This is excellent. Loads of nerdy stats. Love it. Really makes my inner geek happy. Thank you!
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