You're welcome! Yeah, it's true, for version 3.2, importing into a user dictionary as well as flashcards is probably the best you can do.Thank you very much for your detailed explanation.! Yes, that makes sense. Also, by importing the card as a user dictionary you gain additional benefits without losing anything!, So if my understanding is correct it seems there are no significant downsides
Yeah, but if you'd like to have a tag for each ranking, I believe you'd need to have a separate Flashcards category and separate user dictionary entries for each, as well, so you can give one tag to each category a flashcard is in.In my case though, if I create such a user dictionary, I'd like to include all of the individual corpus frequency rankings into a single dictionary entry for each term, so it will require a little more work
May well be! I don't really know about VBA yet, because the indexing, as far as I can tell from your clear description, relied exclusively on Excel formulæ to do its job. So it's certainly much faster than Excel. The next part (generating flashcards from the indexed word-sentence-list) I expect to be a lot less work for the computer than the indexing, though. (but it's trickier to program)Great! It does indeed seem that, as we expected, Python is indeed quite a bit quicker than VBA!
Of course, I will post the source and the results here when I'm done.