Visual progress analysis

#1
As far as I am aware there is only the text-based statistics page in Pleco to see progress of flashcards. Is that right?
I am someone who really likes to look at the statistics to monitor my progress. Is there any way to visually analyze the
progress though?

Recently, I have been working on a little visualization tool using the flashcard backups (that I kept for some reason). But the
problem is that the backups only give me a snapshot once every week and I have to merge them all together to get something
like a history.

Would it be possible to actually save the history of a flashcard? There is already the right/wrong history, but the entries don't
have timestamps. Could you add timestamps to the right/wrong history and also add the score of the flashcards after every review?

Furthermore, I was wondering if you ever considered open sourcing parts of Pleco to push the development forward. After all, I don't
want to export my flashcard backups to another app or to my computer to analyze my progress. A visual analysis tool in Pleco would
be a lot more convenient.
 

mikelove

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Staff member
#2
We're saving history in 4.0, we hadn't done it before because when we last did a major redesign of our flashcard system the amount of space this would take up was actually a significant problem :)

(we're also adding a highly customizable statistics screen - with graphs - but if you don't end up finding that that meets your needs you should have all of the data you need to do your own report in our database file)
 

mikelove

皇帝
Staff member
#4
Not at the moment; I'd suggest you disable them entirely and set up reminders in your calendar app instead, on whatever frequency you like.
 
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